Exploring Daily Activities: “Chairwork”

Lessons typically include time spent exploring daily activities, ones we all do, and usually do semi-unconsciously. We bring our conscious attention to these activities to find out what habits we may have that interfere with our natural ease and efficiency.

One aspect of Alexander lessons is “Chairwork” – which is time spent exploring sitting and standing. In lessons we’ll also often explore other simple activities like walking, speaking, bending and reaching.