AT For Body Workers

Massage Therapists, Rolfers, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, Dentists and Doctors have one thing in common. They all spend long hours on their feet, often bend over their clients in a fashion that invites back pain by just looking at it. It is amazing how much of the body is sacrificed by “helping others”. Lets say, it’s just not worth it.

The most common complaints of neck and shoulder pain, lower back pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, numbness in the fingers and inflammation of muscle tissue through chronic overuse can be avoided by learning to pay attention to proper coordination and balance.

The Alexander Technique will teach you how to

  • Use only the necessary strength

  • Do deep work without excess force

  • Learn sufficient bending by using all joints of the body

  • Overcome chronic tiredness from doing too much

  • Pay attention to the client by paying attention to yourself

Good use of balance and coordination is essential if the helping professional wants to maintain a level of positive energy and health. Awareness of your client, as well as sensitivity to the client is essential to make a treatment work. Care of yourself is essential in your success with your clients.