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What is your posture telling you?

As a long time performer, it has always been important to me to be able to feel confident and expressive on stage or camera.

I have not only had years of experience and training as your counselor, but also experience and training in acting, dance, and runway/figure modeling. Each has its own unique set of needs when it comes to managing anxiety and self awareness.

The Alexander Technique is a mind/body method that teaches how to release unnecessary stress and tension, thereby allowing for the availability of the most natural and authentic responses in performances and in daily living.

In my training in The Alexander Technique, being able to bring an increased awareness to my posture has been a tremendous influence on my mood, morale, and confidence. The way in which we sit, stand, walk, and present ourselves sends messages to our brains about what to expect from the experience. Should we be nervous? Or happy? Or anxious?

The Alexander Technique is a way to feel better, and move in a more relaxed and comfortable way… the way nature intended.

An Alexander Technique helps you to identify and lose the harmful habits you have built up over a lifetime of stress and learn to move more freely.

The Alexander Technique is for you if you are ready to feel more comfortable in your own body.

Sit for a moment... Find the top of your spine.... place your finger center of between your brow.... turn your head side to side fromt this place, as opposed to lower down the spine---nose area or neck area. Practice this a week and reflect on the differences in mood and neck health.


-Improved self-awareness -Tools to reduce stress + anxiety -Increased confidence + ease -Ability to stay present, connected + grounded

I use many of these techniques with you in session. With this experience you will become more familiar with your body, breath, and voice so that you can better adapt and embody your characters’ unique expressions.

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