HOW IS IT LEARNED?
The Alexander Technique is a practical way of working in which the teacher guides learning through experience with the help of hands on contact and verbal instructions that teach students to take control of their own development.
It is learned in individual lessons that last between 30 and 60 minutes. The frequency and number of lessons depend on each individual case and on how the student progresses. As a guide, APTAE (the Spanish Association of Teachers of the Alexander Technique) recommends that you take about 30 individual lessons in order to be able to use the technique independently.
The basics of the Alexander Technique can also be learned in group classes as a complement to individual lessons.
Students should wear comfortable clothes.