Introduction to the Alexander Technique

with Don Tuttle & Mike McKenna
Saturday, July 7, 2-4pm | $40

Do you experience undue tension or pain in your daily activities- working at the computer, driving and perhaps in aspects of your fitness routine or yoga practice? Do the fruits of your best efforts to transcend these tensions or pains evaporate moments later? Here is a method to help you make more lasting changes.

The Alexander Technique is a practical method for learning to live and act with more ease and effectiveness. It is known for improving posture, easing stress, reducing back and other pain and improving general health and well being. This simple method can underlie all activity and be practiced at all times. We will introduce and develop these skills and concepts through fun and engaging activities and then apply them to daily activities. In this two hour workshop, everyone will learn skills with the teachers’ hands-on guidance.

This is a convenient and practical opportunity to learn about the Alexander Technique. No Alexander or Yoga experience required- open to all.

For more information contact Mike or Don:

Mike: | 612-270-1778
Don: | 510-847-0348

Mike McKenna has been a student of Alexander Technique for many years and is an American Society of Alexander Technique Teachers 1600 hour certified teacher. He maintains a private teaching practice in Albany CA.

Don Tuttle has enjoyed a regular yoga practice since 1981. He has taught yoga since 1983 in San Francisco and Berkeley at the Yoga Room, the Berkeley Yoga Center, 4th Street Yoga and the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco as a teacher training faculty member. He has studied several times in India with B.K.S., Geeta and Prashant Iyengar. Don is in his second year of a 1600 hour Alexander Teacher Training program.

Workshop Cancellation Policy:
15 or more days in advance: $20 service charge | 14 to 8 days in advance: 50% charge | 7 days or less: no refund | Fees are non-transferable | Checks must be received within 7 days to hold your registration