ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE CENTER FOR PERFORMANCE AND DEVELOPMENT 
Tom Vasiliades, Director
330 West 38th Street, Suite 803, New York, NY 10018 - 212 564-5472; info@atcpd.com

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Individual Lessons

The most effective way of learning the Technique is by taking individual lessons. The teacher with gentle and firm hands-on guidance helps bring about a new sensory experience for the student 

The Alexander Technique helps people become aware of unconscious patterns and habits that interfere with one's functioning. You will be introduced to and learn the principles of the Alexander Technique and how to practice them in life.  The Technique benefits people with chronic pain and respiratory issues like asthma and emphysema. Performers have used this innovative method to improve breathing and vocal production, to have more freedom in movement and to enhance performance. Others have found it to reduce stress and to be helpful with personal growth and development. 

F. M. Alexander, the Technique's founder, would have students take an intensive series of lessons -- 30 lessons over six weeks. This consistent, concentrated immersion in the work is even better than taking weekly lessons.

Students having nearly daily work with a teacher helps bring about profound changes. This will give you a solid, deep understanding and practice of the Technique that can have transformational benefits in your life.

We are offering different packages for individual lessons. ​For more information or to reserve a series of lessons email: info@atcpd.com or call: (212) 564-5472.
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​Check back for information on introductory classes.



90 Minute Introductory Classes

If you ever wanted to find out what the Alexander Technique is, then this introductory class is for you!


In a 90 minute class you will be introduced to the basic principles of the Alexander work and how to practice them in your life. The Alexander Technique is an innovative method that helps people become aware of, prevent and transform harmful patterns and habits. Some benefits of studying the Technique are relief from chronic pain, improvement in breathing and voice production, enhanced performance, movement with ease, stress reduction and more...


Please let your friends, family, colleagues and anyone who may be interested.


Best Regards, 

Tom 



Six Alexander Technique Introductory Classes 
Taught by Tom Vasiliades  

90 minute class for only $20:  

Monday, September 25 1:30 pm-3:00 pm
Monday, September 26 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
Wednesday, September 27 1:30 pm-3:00 pm
Wednesday, September 27 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
Thursday, September 28 1:30 pm-3:00 pm
Thursday, September 28 6:00 pm-7:30 pm


Class size is limited to six participants. To reserve a spot in a class call: 212 564-5472 or email: info@atcpd.com



What People Are Saying...
 "With verbal imagery or guiding touch, students learn how to eliminate habits of bodily misuse - such as excessive neck tension or rounded shoulders - in simple activities such as sitting, standing, and walking....Tom had me recline upon a table, then guided me through subtle movements with verbal instructions and light touch. The table work was particularly powerful for pain relief and my posture felt naturally, centered after the session." 
  - Deborah Quilter, Author
The Repetitive Strain Injury Recovery Book


"With the best intentions, the job of acting can become a display of accumulated bad habits, trapped instincts and blocked energies. Working with Tom and the Alexander Technique to untangle the wires has given me sightings of another way. Mind and body, work and life together. Real imaginative freedom."  
 -Alan Rickman, Actor 


 "Working with Tom is a great experience. He helps you gain an awareness of your bad physical habits and then change them. The work is challenging and extremely interesting. I would recommend it to anyone, whether world class athlete, Broadway actor, or couch potato." 
- John Opdycke, Independent Political Fundraiser