Alexander Technique Intensives

Portrait of young F. M. Alexander

“Marian's Intensives have been pivotal weeks in my understanding and practice of Alexander Technique. While I've been enjoying all the benefits that come with weekly lessons, I've made exponential progress during the Intensives.The experience of daily lessons is so transformative, I do whatever I can to participate in the Intensives every time they are offered.”
–Aaron Goldman,
Principal Flute
,
National Symphony Orchestra

F. M. Alexander portrait

Back when F. M. Alexander was teaching his Technique, people would often take half-hour private lesson five days a week for a month or more (per F. M. Alexander's requirement). This worked very well, as having private lessons on a daily basis provides for more in-depth learning and improvement. This is still the most beneficial and efficient way to learn the Alexander Technique. Following this tradition, the Alexander Technique Center offers intensives taught by Marian Goldberg: daily half-hour lessons over the course of one to five weeks at special reduced rates.

 

Intensives have been temporarily suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. If you would like to be notifed when they resume, please send your email address to: info@alexandercenter.com.

Space is very limited for intensives. To schedule an intensive or for more information, contact the Center: phone 703-821-2920 or e-mail info@alexandercenter.com.

 

“Marian's Intensives have been pivotal weeks in my understanding and practice of the Alexander Technique. While I've been enjoying all the benefits that come with weekly lessons, I've made exponential progress during the Intensives.The experience of daily lessons is so transformative, I do whatever I can to participate in the Intensives every time they are offered.”
–Keith Anderson, Teacher
Washington, DC



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“Everyone is always teaching one what to do, leaving us still doing the things we shouldn't do.”  –F.M. Alexander