Alexander Technique

The Alexander Technique is an essential aid for every musician as it facilitates the awareness of the body's functions and changes bad habits such as incorrect posture, incorrect balance, but also increased and unnecessary muscle tension (tightness).
It highlights solutions and techniques to make our habits more conscious, enabling us to make meaningful changes in the way we function on all levels, mentally, physically and emotionally.
Students of the Alexander Technique courses become familiar with its basic principles and how they czn be practically aided in the daily study of each instrument.
The Technique is taught at many music institutions around the world, such as Berklee College of Music, Royal Academy of Music, Guildhall school of Music and Drama, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Jazz Institut Berlin, Norwegian Academy of Music and others.

It is taught by Stelios Katsatsidis, a member of the Alexander Technique Teachers' Association (STAT) founded in England in 1958.