Wednesday Evening Group Classes
Upcoming Alexander Technique small group sessions - All levels welcome
Improve posture, balance, breathing, and reducing strain in every day activities.
4-class series | Maximum 5 per class
151 W. 30th Street, New York, NY
2019 Upcoming Classes
Fall Dates Below
Summer Flexible Dates Class - Wednesday evenings 6:15-7:15pm on July 10, 17, 24, August 14, 21, 28
Choose the 4 dates that work best for you.
Sign up for using PayPal below. You will receive a confirmation email within 24-hours. Please respond to the confirmation email with your dates of choice.
Wednesdays September 4, 11, 18, 25 - 6:15-7:15pm
Tuesdays, October 1, 8, 15, 22 - 7:15-8:15pm
Wednesdays, November 13, 20 & December 4 & 11 - 6:15-7:15pm
Forming your own group:
If you and a group of friends or colleges want to schedule a series of group classes together at a time convenient for the group and teacher, contact Lindsay.
Please designate one group member to be the contact for the group.
What happens during group classes?
Each participant is guided through a few minutes of individual work in front of the group. Observing others is a great way to support what you’re learning, especially if you tend to be a visual learner.
Participants are guided through group activities/exercises.
Students work on applying the Alexander Technique to everyday activities of their choice while the teacher does hands-on-work during the activities as needed.
Are group classes for you?
Group work can be very effective for people who enjoy learning with others or who are visual learners and pick up cues by through observation. Group classes can also be a more budget friendly way to take classes or to continue learning in a different format for those who have taken private lessons.
Group classes are not recommended if you are in a lot of pain or are experiencing any other kind of serious challenge. If you are interested in group work, but you aren't sure if it's for you, schedule an initial private lesson so that the teacher can evaluate how you respond to the work and let you know whether or not a group class would be beneficial for you.