explore your Self

Choose to explore yourself. When you take Alexander lessons, you do a great deal of experiential learning. This reveals many surprising facts about yourself, as you are, versus what you have assumed yourself to be.

Some of the new information you will gain through AT is purely practical. For instance, you may learn new things about basic anatomy and body mechanics. But you will likely have other unanticipated and valuable observations about the way your own mind-body system works.  This opens the way for further discovery.

expand your Self

Expanding your knowledge about how you function can give you a better understanding of who you are. This can strongly influence how you relate to the world around you.  You will have greater conscious control over your own responses and behavior, which gives you greater freedom and influence over your circumstances.

All the skills you develop and the observations you make in the course of this experiential work can be put to good use, informing your choices about how to take care of yourself and how best to interact with your environment, in small ways and great.