Alexander Technique

The purpose of the Alexander Technique is to help you identify unconscious mental/physical habits that have caused poor posture, shallow breathing and poor vocal use, to eradicate excess tension and return to a balanced state of poise in which the body is well-aligned and energized. The Alexander Technique is included in the core curriculums of most drama conservatories and music conservatories worldwide. It is beneficial to public speakers as the effect of the technique decreases nervousness, increases vocal stamina and helps to create what is commonly referred to as “stage presence.” The average student takes a series of lessons or combines a few lessons within a voice/speech program.

Lisa and I did six sessions together. The Alexander Technique centered me, released tension from my body and voice, everything I do seems easier… I wish I had found it before.
—Tim Birkett, voice-over artist for National Geographic and the Discovery Channel