What we see in young children of about 3 – 7 years of age is a dynamic and balanced coordination.
Music is an intrinsic part of all of us: rhythm in our heartbeat, breathing, and movements; melody in our laughing, moaning, crying, or singing; the full spectrum of human emotions is contained in all the various musical styles and genres.
We all have fond memories of learning skills that are play based. Time flies by and we didn’t notice how many hours we spent learning how to ride a bicycle or put the basketball through the hoop.
The Alexander Technique (AT) is a unique self-help approach that enables people to do things with more ease and freedom – from sitting in front of a computer or texting to playing the guitar or dancing.
When things get tough you need confidence and reassurance that you can cope. Through lessons in the Alexander Technique, you learn reliable and long-term ways to prioritize self-care even in the midst of personal, professional, or global upheavals.
We all know how powerful music can be in our lives, and in the lives of our children, but why is music so fascinating and captivating?
You know millions of people today really want to improve the way they look, and as a result spend a lot of money on their clothes, cosmetics and at salons.
It’s been a while since you last picked up the saxophone or sat down at the piano, and you only sing in the shower or car -it’s probably been years.
Many of us took music lessons as a child but stopped when we left school, went to college and life took over.
Lessons in the Alexander Technique teach us how to stop and notice what we are doing to ourselves in response to a stimulus.
Did you know that your thought process can have a positive effect on your physical well-being? This is one of the skills you develop with the Alexander Technique, an educational method with over a hundred-year track record.
Do you know learning to make music helps your child develop skills that are quite difficult to acquire from any other activity?