Rebalance Yourself: The Use of the Self Revisited
Intensive Post-Graduate Work in the Alexander Technique with Ann Rodiger
Saturdays and Sundays
September 29-30, 2012
February 23-24th, 2013
May 4th-5th, 2013
Through-ness, Direction and Flow
Session 1: September 29-30th, 2012
- cultivate direction from your head down through your legs and feet, up through your wrists and fingertips.
- refine your relationship to gravity and the natural rebound of your body weight .
- explore breath to enhance balanced direction.
You, Your Student, the Environment
Session 2: February 23-24th, 2013
- cultivate peripheral vision.
- expand awareness for a broader sensory field.
- explore hands-on with increased perception.
Voice, Speech, and Song
Session 3: May 4-5th, 2013
- explore the relationship of the tongue and jaw to head and neck
- enhance communication with awareness of tone, language and learning styles
- practice presentation skills for group teaching
- Course hours are on Saturday and Sundays from 10 am - 4 pm.
- Each weekend session will include one Balance and Ease Floor Class.
- Students will be assigned readings and an independent study between sessions.
Included in full 3 session course fee:
- Two 45-minute private lessons.
- 1 hour-long conference call between sessions (total calls = 2).
*Students must be certified to teach the Alexander Technique from a certifying body.
The course has limited enrollment.
Fee: $350 per weekend or $1000 for the full 3-weekend course.
Ann Rodiger trained with Joan and Alex Murray and has been teaching the Alexander Technique for 30 years. She is the Director of the Balance Arts Center’s AmSAT-certified Teacher Training Course in New York City. At the Balance Arts Center, Ann offers classes and workshops in the Alexander Technique for teachers, singers, dancers, meditators, and yogis. Working with opera singers in New York City, Berlin and Antwerp, Ann teaches the Alexander Technique to singers who have appeared in Opera Houses worldwide. Ann created and organizes the annual “Freedom To Move: Conference on Dance and The Alexander Technique” and “Freedom to Act: Conference on Acting and The Alexander Technique” held in New York City. She offers workshops to corporations based on her book, "How to Sit: Your Body at Work". Known for her grounded, balanced direction, Ann's classes are filled with coordinated exploration and lively discussion.