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Who Benefits from Movement Education

Anyone who wishes to regain or develop more freedom, ease, power, support and expressiveness in their life.

Those with injury, chronic pain, repetitive strain and many conditions: such as arthritis, chronic fatigue, issues adjunct to joint replacement, herniated disc, etc.

Performing artists and teachers of the performing arts.

Athletes and martial artists.

Those working with the constraints of computers and office environments.

Massage therapists, physiotherapists, psychotherapists, doctors, nurses, dentists, and others in the helping professions. Those in the service industries such as hairdressing, food service and transportation. Anyone wishing to maintain an ergonomic and efficient coordination.

Alexander Teacher Training


Alexander Technique Teacher Training with Director and primary teacher, Susan Sinclair, is an enlivening, experiential process of education.

Training at the studio includes study with senior international visiting guest teachers three to four weeks annually, allowing students to experience the breadth and scope of teaching within the Alexander community.

Susan has been running her Teacher Training Program since 2003, after assisting and teaching at the Alexander Alliance in Philadelphia from 1993-2002; all the while maintaining a private practice in Toronto.

Susan has dedicated her life to the study of movement: from childhood dance, sailing and skiing to professional modern dance training; then to extensive Pilates and Alexander Technique training; followed by diverse movement studies such as T'ai Chi, Aikido, Contact Improvisation, Aerial Dance and Feldenkrais.

Check it out!

low back pain

Alexander technique reduces low back pain disability

Synopsis of Study OBJECTIVE: To determine the effectiveness of lessons in the Alexander technique, massage therapy, and advice from a doctor to take exercise (exercise prescription) along with nurse delivered behavioural counselling for patients with chronic or recurrent back pain. DESIGN: … [Read More...]

loren fishman new york times jan 2013

An article was posted online recently by the Medical Director of Manhattan Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation which focuses on back pain and alternative therapies, and specifically Alexander Techique:  Here is an excerpt: Last month, a hunched-over patient came to me complaining of such severe … [Read More...]

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Winter Schedule 2015

2015, Ready to Go! … [Read More...]