Regular Alexander Technique lessons are now offered in the Sparkling Keys and String Studio space!

The Alexander Technique is a simple and practical method for improving ease and freedom of movement, balance, support, flexibility and coordination. It enhances performance and is therefore a valued tool for actors, dancers, and musicians, but the Technique is open and available for anyone interested.

It offers students a means to unite the body and mind in effective, healthy ways. Practice of the Technique refines and heightens kinesthetic sensitivity, offering students control which is fluid and lively rather than rigid. It provides a means whereby the use of a part - a voice or an arm or a leg - is improved by improving the use of the whole body.

How it works: 

  • Students may choose from the two options below: weekly AT class (group lesson) or regular AT lessons (individual or with your group of friends/family).
  • To see the lesson schedule, please access the AT Google Calendar for open/available time slots. 
  • Email Mrs. Parker or add a note to your payment when you would like to schedule your AT lesson: SparklingKeysAndStrings@SimoneParker.org
  • Go to the SPKS store and pay for your lesson.  All lessons must be paid to confirm your scheduled appointment.
 Mrs. Parker will confirm your payment and booking with an email. 

Weekly Alexander Technique Class

Simone Parker is offering a weekly Alexander Technique class, generally on weekends. This 60 minute class is available to and for anyone interested exploring the principles of the Alexander Technique and will conclude with a 10-15 minute constructive resting.

The cost is $15 per session and reservations must be made by Friday at noon each week. Children and adults are welcome to attend. Class size is limited to four to ten participants.

Regular Alexander Technique Lessons

Students may also choose to study the Alexander Technique in individual setting and/or small group lessons. As with any Alexander Technique study, lessons will be structured to meet the needs of each student. Students may choose one-on-one lessons or have small group lessons with friends/family.