The downward pressure we all seem to develop in our bodies as we grow up is not a natural thing, but a habit we develop.
Marjorie Barstow

Alexander Technique and your voice

Are you a professional singer or professional speaker? Or maybe someone who enjoys singing in the local choir? Whatever your status, finding more freedom in the voice is not only an enjoyable feeling but it can also improve performance.

The Alexander Technique makes this possible by teaching you how to overcome the longstanding habits that may be causing tension and restriction in your voice.

Your breath, movement and thoughts all act in unison whenever you sing and talk, so vocal freedom, tone and strength all stem from good use of the whole body.

If your job requires you to use your voice for presentations, teaching or performance and you are experiencing problems with projection and loss of tone or volume, the Technique can help to find the underlying cause and build strength and stability back into your voice.

The Alexander Technique is taught in many acting and music schools in Australia and internationally.

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The Alexander technique is taught worldwide and there are many informative resources available.
You may find something of interest to you in my Blog. Here I share some commentaries and opinions on the Alexander technique and related topics.

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