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 (flute/dizi/alexander technique - online or in-person)

$50/half hour
 

Having a tool such as Alexander Technique (AT), which helps you to identify when you might be putting some excess tension into the thing that you’re doing, or how to coordinate a complex movement when you don’t know where to start, can be a really helpful aid on the lifelong journey of skill-building, no matter what your discipline.
 

For some, AT can provide a versatile tool to discover movement pathways towards your desired goal, or be a translation tool to triangulate bits of 'advice' from various sources and make sure that it was a cohesive instruction that suited the students' design. For others, AT allows them to gather more information about excess tension in their mental/physical state which they hadn't noticed, or given much attention or priority to, earlier.
 

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

"Members of the NSW  Flute Society were treated to a thoroughly enjoyable, and educational workshop on dizi flute and Chinese music by Chloe Chung. 

The students were constantly engaged  with various activities .This culminated in them composing their own, short pieces.

Chloe performed Chinese music on her dizi flute. It was a beautiful,  musical experience.  

Recommended for flute players of all ages and stages."
 

Janet Webb

President NSW Flute Society

Former Principal Flute Sydney Symphony Orchestra (1985-2017)

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.