Learning the Alexander Technique is similar to learning to play an instrument. It needs discipline and practice. The difference is that this time the instrument is yourself. The outcomes are your health, and feeling good under your skin.
Hello. I’m Marietta Simarro. I was an accountant dreaming to be an actress, a photographer, a lawyer, a scientist… until I came across with the Alexander Technique and found my dreamed job: a passion that at the same time can help people. It wasn’t love at first sight. I couldn’t make sense of it in my first lessons, 15 years ago. But, I gave it a go and gradually the changes and the reward exceeded my expectations. Not only it improved my voice and performance, but also many other aspects beyond the stage. The changes took place slowly and steady. These small steps are still giving me lasting improvements in my everyday life. However, the biggest reward for me is to help others the same way my teachers helped me in this journey.
That’s what we call Alexander hands-on skill.
One on one lessons is the best way to learn, no matter what your level is or how much experience you have.
Introductory workshops can be provided either general public or with specific groups: musicians, actors, singers, etc.
Small groups of two or three people are available for trainees and teachers that want to practice hands-on with guidance.
Only as an exception, when someone has serious mobility problems.
- Second lesson per week $40
- Third lesson per week $30
- Seniors 65 years of age
- 10 lessons paid in advance $450
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Unit 3, 11-17 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst 2010