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The Alexander Technique is a method with which we become aware of our habitual misuse of ourselves; teaches us how to be free of unwanted tensions; how to connect all aspects of ourselves (we call it our ‘psychophysical unity’) and direct the system as a whole to live in harmony and balance. The Technique is learned through the guidance and hands on work of a qualified AT teacher in private sessions.

'Mindful Fitness: Get fit with the Alexander Technique!':
For Yoga, Pilates and fitness practitioners who want to improve your skills, achieve better results, avoid injuries and enjoy more your practice.

A way to embed meditation in fitness activities by expanding our awareness through new body -mind connections.

Through the guidance of the Alexander Technique, we practice combined exercises from Pilates, Yoga, and fitness programs, learning how to use ourselves better, by being mindful in action.

 In my QiGong and Tai Chi classes, I work with the principles of the Alexander technique to guide people to delve into the dimension of time in a unique way, by exploring new body - mind connections and full presence in the moment through movement.

Through the practice of combined exercises and through the conscious directions of the Alexander Technique, I am teaching how to focalise on the perception of the energy flowing in the body,  the central vertical axis and the centre of the body's weight, while harmonising the breath with movement. In this way we reconnect with the reality of effortless existence restoring our health and empowering our whole self as a psychophysical unity.

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A BIT ABOUT ME

My Experience, My Passion

My name is Roxani and I am a teacher of the Alexander Technique, Tai Chi, QiGong and Butoh and a professional performer and director.  I have been always looking for the connections between art and healing. I am interested in how to help people find mindfulness in their everyday activities and learn to use their bodies in a way that minimises pain and discomfort and allows freedom in motion.

 
 
 

“Alexander established not only the beginnings of a far reaching science of the apparently involuntary movements we call reflexes, but a technique of correction and self-control which forms a substantial addition to our very slender resources in personal education."

George Bernard ShawPlaywright