Workshops/Classes

Live and online lessons (flute, dizi)

Integrated Alexander technique for artists, arts workers

Online group Workshops (City of Sydney Cultural Sector Resilience Grant supported)

 

For a limited time in Nov 2020-Jan 2021, I am offering a series of 4-week online Alexander Technique introductory classes for City of Sydney artists and arts workers, of which fees will be partially/fully subsidised. Class numbers are capped at 6 per class.

For more info read below.

 

Lesson Rates


Private Lesson

$50/half hour

 

Group lessons (Live)

$50/class (1.25 hrs on Tuesday evenings, Inner West studio)

4 person cap with social distancing


These weekly drop-in classes are structured for beginner to advanced students to continue the application of Alexander Technique to their artistic practice, with a focus on skills for optimal performance, teaching, and learning.

 

Customised Workshops

Individually tailored

Private, community-based, educational, or corporate

Contact for details

4 Week Introductory course to Alexander Technique -  Zoom group class (Limited time only)

As part of the City of Sydney Cultural Sector Resilience grant, I am thrilled to announce a series of classes I am offering from November 2020 to January 2021 for City of Sydney artists and arts workers.

If you would like to participate in one the of four-week introductory courses please fill out the survey here.

This course is for anyone who is interested in:

- Learning about Alexander Technique, body-mapping, and other tools to enable you to fulfil your artistic goals

- Easing discomfort or pain in everyday or specific activities

- Cultivating tools for self-care for yourself and your community

Music students, teachers, professional musicians, arts students, dance/movement/theatre artists, arts workers welcome!

We’ll be looking at:

- body-mapping basics 

- integrative Alexander Technique  

- everyday movement coordination patterns

- sensory warm-ups for performance readiness

- learning optimal movement pathways and preventing excess tension for skilled performance

I would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which I work, play and create. I pay my respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.