Therapeutic Exercise based on Alexander Technique
The Alexander Technique was developed by F. M. Alexander as a way to feel better and move more relaxed and aligned.
It is an effective treatment for repetitive strain injury, backache or stiffness in the neck and shoulder, and for discomfort caused by sitting for long periods in front of a computer.
Additionally, if you are a dancer or athlete and feel you are not performing to your full potential, it is helpful.
The Alexander Technique focuses on inefficient habits of movements and patterns of accumulated tension that interfere with our natural ability to move easily.
It works to change habits in our everyday activities. It is a practical method for improving ease and freedom of movement, balance, support and coordination.
Essentially, it is a kind of reeducation of the mind and body.
Therapeutic Exercise based on the Feldenkrais Technique
The Feldenkrais Technique, developed by Moshé Feldenkrais, helps people increase their ease and range of motion, improve flexibility and coordinate, and rediscover their natural capacity for graceful, efficient movement.
It is a form of somatic education that uses gentle movement and directed attention to improve movement.
It is based on the principles of biomechanics, physics, and an understanding of learning and human development.