Lessons and Pricing

Lessons
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Private Lessons and Classes

Private lessons are strongly encouraged to learn the technique, as it is learned through hands-on experience.

Lessons and Pricing

A lesson is 45 minutes long and costs $90, or you can sign up for ten weekly lessons taken within a three month period for $850.

24 hour notice is needed to cancel a lesson without being charged.

To sign up for lessons please

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Lessons and Pricing

A lesson is 45 minutes long and costs $90, or you can sign up for ten weekly lessons taken within a three month period for $850.

24 hour notice is needed to cancel a lesson without being charged.

Occasionally small classes of 6 to 10 people are offered for $35 per class for six to eight week sessions

To sign up for lessons or register for a class

Contact Julia at
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Private Lessons

Private lessons are 45 minutes long. During that time a student works with a teacher to become aware of his or her own mind/body connection; how the student uses him or herself; what physical habits the student has that affect them, and how to think about physical use in a new, more balanced, and more effective way.

The mind/body relationship is of utmost importance in The Alexander Technique. As such, AT differs from other therapies—such as massage, or chiropractic—in that the teacher is more of an educated guide who helps direct the student towards a better understanding.

As the student learns more about the technique, he or she will be able to apply it throughout his or her daily life, regardless of the situation. Think of it as learning a new language. The more it is studied the more it will be understood, and the more useful it becomes away from the classroom.

This is one of the main strengths of the technique. By learning how to think about and use themselves, students are able to move beyond temporary pain relief and into long-term ease.

Private Lessons

Private lessons are 45 minutes long. During that time a student works with a teacher to become aware of his or her own mind/body connection; how the student uses him or herself; what physical habits the student has that affect them, and how to think about physical use in a new, more balanced, and more effective way.

The mind/body relationship is of utmost importance in The Alexander Technique. As such, AT differs from other therapies—such as massage, or chiropractic—in that the teacher is more of an educated guide who helps direct the student towards a better understanding.

As the student learns more about the technique, he or she will be able to apply it throughout his or her daily life, regardless of the situation. Think of it as learning a new language. The more it is studied the more it will be understood, and the more useful it becomes away from the classroom.

This is one of the main strengths of the technique. By learning how to think about and use themselves, students are able to move beyond temporary pain relief and into long-term ease.

The Alexander Technique is Something You Study

Not Something You Accomplish

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The Alexander Technique is something you study, not something you accomplish. It is more like learning to play the piano than it is like making a piano. It isn’t a matter of ten lessons, or even a hundred lessons. How well you play the piano depends upon how many lessons you take, how often you take them, and how much you practice.

Students of the Alexander Technique have much the same experience. Those who approach the technique with a specific pain—such as back pain—often desire immediate results, and for good reason, they’re in pain after all. But if the back pain is caused by repetitive stress, such as the way the student has been standing or sitting over his or her lifetime, then any immediate relief will merely be temporary. The goal of the technique is to enhance a student’s understanding and physical awareness, so that the causes of stress and discomfort are alleviated. The effect is long-term but so is the process of learning the technique.

Ultimately, how many lessons someone should take depends on how much they would like to learn. At the start of lessons, it is most beneficial for a student to come twice per week for the first month or two. Most people taper to one lesson per week after they have a basic understanding of the technique’s principles.

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The Alexander Technique of Park City with Julia Caulder