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Jean-Louis on green screen
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…more flexibility and pleasure while moving, vocal clarity, freedom of expression, an improvement in muscle tone, increased energy and mental alertness – all elements that lead to heightened artistic quality.



Those working at high stress jobs and requiring long hours of concentrated activities can find access to a greater resource of energy in the study of the Alexander Technique. Additional benefits can be gained by those who work at computer terminals, who are at most risk from back problems, aching shoulders, or repetitive strain injuries. It enables the student to use his body and mind more efficiently, improving concentration and endurance.




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