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The Alexander Technique is a form of ergonomic movement education where a student is taught ways of movement that reduce physical stress to the body. Proper ways to sit, stand, and move are taught using gentle manual guidance and verbal cues to improve posture and movement patterns. Alexander Technique lessons are generally held in group classes and are typically comprised of learning basic movements such as sitting, standing, walking, bending, reaching, carrying, and lying down. Advanced techniques involve more specialized activities such as playing a musical instrument, working at a computer, etc. where instructor’s focus on the adjustment of the head, neck, and torso relationships. From the official Alexander Technique website "The Alexander Technique is a way of learning to move mindfully through life. The Alexander process shines a light on inefficient habits of movement and patterns of accumulated tension, which interferes with our innate ability to move easily and according to how we are designed. It’s a simple yet powerful approach that offers the opportunity to take charge of one’s own learning and healing process, because it’s not a series of passive treatments but an active exploration that changes the way one thinks and responds in activity. It produces a skill set that can be applied in every situation. Lessons leave one feeling lighter, freer, and more grounded."