Another tough day at your desk or behind the wheel? Learning to sense your “sit bones” can help.
Well-meaning employers and desperate workers spend significant amounts of money on adjustable office chairs, lumbar supports, anti-fatigue mats and other ergonomic devices and yet more often than not, these aids don’t really solve our problems. This workshop will show you how to choose and make the most of available ergonomic tools, how to improvise your own, and easy ways to engage your own postural support. A smart body can minimize risk, eliminate the pain, discomfort and fatigue associated with prolonged sitting, standing, lifting or driving, and increase ease and effectiveness. Based on the insights of the Alexander Technique, this workshop is suitable for people of all fitness levels.
This 90-minute small-group workshop at UC’s Communiversity is a fun, low-key and relatively low-cost way to learn this simple practice. Join us if you can!
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.
When: Saturday, February 15th, 10:30-12
Where: UC Victory Pkwy Campus 2220 Victory Parkway Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Fee: $35 To enroll see the Communiversity website or call (513) 556-6932
Bring a yoga mat and wear easy-to-move-in clothing.
Instructor Claire Rechnitzer
Facility UC Victory Parkway Campus, Administration Bldg
Address 2220 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
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