The Alexander Technique at a Distance

If personal lessons are not an option for you, it would be worth considering online courses.

You can consider this option if

  1.  You don't have a teacher within a convenient distance.
  2. Your work schedule doesn’t allow you to go for lessons.
  3. You’re not comfortable with the available teacher/s.

If any of these apply to you, consider trying the online option. I offer individual lessons as well as group courses in this format.

Options

Online Lessons - Individual

Foundation Course (10 lessons) : Rs. 8000/-

Single lesson: Rs. 1000/-

 Lessons are held over Skype or Zoom. You will need

  1. A high speed internet connection
  2. A device that allows the maximum viewing range possible. This is important because I need to observe you standing and moving around as well as sitting and lying down.
  3. A Skype connection
  4. A room with adequate light where you can work without interruption. It works best if the lighting in the room is from the ceiling, or from lights/windows in front of you.
  5. A plain chair with a flat seat, upright back and no armrests. If you don’t have a chair of this kind, a  stool of an appropriate height (you should be able to rest your feet comfortably on the floor) will do fine. Note:  chairs with seats that dip in the middle, or slope back, are unsuitable.
  6. A space on the floor where you can lie down in view of your camera.

Contact me to sign up for a trial lesson.

Online Lessons - Group

Fee: Rs. 4000/- for a course of 10 lessons

Online group lessons are another option you can consider. The same factors that apply in online individual lessons are relevant here. The difference?

  1. You have less flexibility in terms or rescheduling
  2. You have the advantage of learning from the group.
  3. You pay less.

Online lessons are conducted over Zoom.

You'll need

  1. A high speed internet connection
  2. A device that allows the maximum viewing range possible. This is important because I need to observe you standing and moving around as well as sitting and lying down.
  3.  A room with adequate light where you can work without interruption. It works best if the lighting in the room is from the ceiling, or from lights/windows in front of you.
  4. A plain chair with a flat seat, upright back and no armrests. If you don’t have a chair of this kind, an ordinary plastic stool of an appropriate height (you should be able to rest your feet comfortable on the floor) will do fine. Note: chairs with seats that dip in the middle, or slope back, are unsuitable.
  5. A space on the floor where you can lie down in view of your camera.

Online foundation courses are organised at regular intervals. When you register for a course, you'll be sent a link which you can then use to sign in. You don't need to have a Zoom connection yourself to do this.

Contact me if you have any more questions about online lessons, or if you would like to be informed about courses that are scheduled.

…the cause of wrong tension is most often the lack of right tension. Pedro de Alcantara