Teachers guide their students verbally as well as physically using a delicate
touch. Students spend part of a lesson lying down on a table; they
are also guided through simple activities such as getting in and
out of a chair, bending, sitting, walking, or getting up after lying
also work with particular relevant activities such as working with
a computer or playing a musical instrument.
CÚcile teaches the Alexander Technique with a unique style developed by her enthusiasm for her
work, her compassion for her students, and her ability to communicate with clarity
both through verbal and hands-on guidance.