Improving Your Presentation and Performance

Improving Your Presentation and Performance
Starts: Sat 10 Dec 2022
at: 10:00
Ends: Sun 11 Dec 2022
at: 14:00
Course Type: 
Non residential 
Course Fee:  € 175/weekend
Kecia Chin
Richard Brennan
Venue: Alexander Technique Centre, Moycullen, Galway

The Course

The Alexander Technique is a unique way of improving balance, posture and coordination. It can help prevent or dramatically alleviate backache, migraine, arthritis, insomnia, depression as well as the whole range of physical aches and pains that are common today. It can help to increase confidence, self-esteem and spontaneity. It can be very useful to improve any form of exercise or to any sportsperson who wishes to avoid injury or improve their performance. It is also perfect to be used in all kinds of yoga as it can dramatically improve the way you perform the postures because you learn how to gently release into each movement using the breath as your guide.

This course will change the way you perform yoga by increasing your awareness and efficiency of movement.

Kecia has taught Alexander for over 2O years and is also an experienced Yoga instructor. She teaches different forms of yoga from an Alexander Technique perspective making the yoga gentle and fun way.  She runs a successful practice in New York City and teaches at the Alexander Technique Teacher Training College in Galway.

Richard is the author of eight best-selling books on the Technique which are selling worldwide. He is a fully qualified Alexander Technique teacher with 30 years’ experience and gives lectures and seminars throughout Europe. He has appeared on BBC and RTE television as well as on national and local radio and in newspapers. He is the director of the first Alexander Technique Teacher Training College in Ireland.

Course Prerequisites: 
Suitable for Everyone

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Improving Your Presentation and Performance