I am a member of AmSAT, the largest professional association of certified Alexander Technique teachers in the United States and have served on the editorial team of of the AmSAT Journal. I enjoy reading and writing about the technique. You can read some of my reviews on select Alexander Technique books at

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I have been teaching the Alexander Technique since being certified by The American Society for the Alexander Technique in June, 2008.  Prior to that I had several series of lessons for a variety of reasons; first, to get rid of lower back pain and muscle spasms related to my occupation as a bench jeweler, and later to help me stay coordinated and buoyant during my pregnancies. A few years later I took an additional course of lessons in order to explore the nature of learning, a topic that preoccupied me during the years that our kids were attending a democratic school.

An appreciation for the collaborative nature of transformative learning is what ultimately inspired me to train as a teacher and continues to fascinate me on a daily basis. Alexander Technique has a built-in component of self-discovery that I thoroughly enjoy sharing. Granted, most folks initially contact me for specific pain-related issues but soon find the Technique has all sorts of fringe benefits that surprise me as much as they do my students. It never gets old.

 

Alexander Technique Lessons and workshops in Cincinnati and the Tri-State area with Claire Rechnitzer