Virtual Workshop: Moving More Mindfully - The Alexander Technique

Wednesday, 10/19/2022

Virtual Workshop: Moving More Mindfully
The Alexander Technique

with Pamela Bartlett
AmSAT-certified Alexander Technique Teacher

Wednesday, October 19th, 2022 • 7pm – 8pm

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For over a century, the Alexander Technique has helped people learn how to move with more freedom and ease, discover more enjoyment in everyday activities, and improve coordination and performance in areas such as music, dance and sports. The Alexander Technique is an effective practice for helping those dealing with chronic pain and injuries due to misuse. It was featured in a British Medical Journal study in 2008, as an effective way to reduce back pain, and more research is currently underway.

The Alexander Technique is a mind/body practice that can be described as mindfulness in motion. It is generally taught one-to-one or in small groups. Alexander Technique teachers can be found in medical settings as well as in conservatories and performing arts programs worldwide. This one-hour online introduction will be part experiential and part discussion. You’ll be able to use the skills that you learn in this workshop right away.

Benefits of studying the Alexander Technique:

  • Reduced pain and stiffness
  • Improved posture
  • Improved coordination in all kinds of daily activities
  • Improved performance in skilled activities such as music and sports
  • Improved balance
  • Improved quality of attention and calm presence


Pamela Bartlett has been teaching in and around Northampton, Massachusetts for 27 years. She graduated from the Alexander Technique School of New England in 1995 after a three-year, 1600-hour training program.

Pamela came to the Alexander Technique from a background in music. As a violinist and violin teacher, she struggled with back and neck stiffness and pain, as well as technical issues in playing and stage fright. The Alexander Technique helped her become much more comfortable in her body and feel more grounded in her everyday life. As a musician, she has experienced more ease, a better sound, more fun, and less pain!

Pamela considers the Alexander Technique to be the cornerstone of her personal growth and development. Her students have included musicians, runners, actors, gardeners, pregnant people, office workers, people with chronic pain or poor posture…almost anyone can benefit!

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