Active Relaxation: A Core Alexander Technique Practice (Communiversity – Holistic Wellness ) #1032018-3
If you’re thinking that seems like a contradiction in terms, it may be that you are confusing relaxing with collapsing (as in after a hard day with a nice chardonnay…) but, the secret to garnering the true benefits of relaxation lies in resting with true postural support. Alexander Technique based Constructive Rest is an active relaxation practice that helps to let go of tension and feel newly energized. When practiced daily for about 10-15 minutes, the body learns to appreciate this condition of fully-supported optimal-length and to extend its benefits to support all types of common or specialty activities.
About Your Instructor
Claire Rechnitzer, certified Alexander Technique teacher, has been teaching individuals and group lessons for over a decade. Having been introduced to the Technique over 25 years ago, Claire has personally benefited from it by learning how to prevent persistent backache and overcome discomfort during pregnancy and parenting. She is a member of the American Society for the Alexander Technique and an award-winning writer about the technique. Seeing the technique help people from all walks of life fuels her passion to promote Alexander Technique awareness and practice as widely as possible.
Term Autumn 2019
Saturday, September 14, 2019
From 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Instructor Claire Rechnitzer
Facility UC Victory Parkway Campus, Administration Bldg
Address 2220 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Room / Location Room 204
Students should bring a mat and a few paperback books.
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