Are you struggling with your body issues?
Overcome the habits of a lifetime that are interfering with your ability to achieve your passions in life
The Alexander Technique gets to the root cause of your body issues
by examining the way in which you use your body in the activities of
your life. It is both educational and therapeutic in nature, meaning it
gives you the tools to stop relying on someone else to fix you and
empowers you to choose how you do what you do. By learning the
Alexander Technique you will be amazed by the power of you own
abilities when you rediscover the natural coordination with which
you were born.
We are made for movement
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About The Balance of Being
The Balance of Being is dedicated to enhancing the well being of people of all ages and backgrounds by teaching awareness in motion though the principles and practices of the Alexander Technique.
As a teacher of the Alexander Technique, I speak to the innate wisdom within your body and mind, that seeks ease and freedom from pain, both physically and emotionally. What habits of tension could be interfering with your ability to perform well or just live your life? Are you eager to learn how to take better care of yourself in simple ways? Is it possible to change for good
The Alexander Technique serves as the container in which self-observation and the work on oneself can take place. It is based on the premise that “Our Thinking effects Our Functioning”. Through our work together, you will learn to consciously release the unnecessary patterns held within your body. You will reconnect to the core of your structure, where strength and movement arise naturally in accordance with your inherent design. From this place a new way of being that is effortless begins to unfold.
Katie Back brings over 25 years of movement and therapeutic studies to her teaching. She has background in dance, yoga, kinesiology, holistic medicine, energy healing, nutrition, Buddhist meditation and contemplative psychotherapy. She is a graduate of the Philadelphia School for the Alexander Technique – a 3½ year, certified teacher training course. She has a private practice in Montpelier, Vermont and offers movement classes, workshops, and intensives designed for specific needs and professions