During the COVID-19 pandemic, online study became a safe and innovative way to study the Alexander Technique. Despite not being together in person, a great deal of learning and self-improvement can take place. Robin has resumed in-person private lessons in Annapolis. She will continue offering online lessons for those who are unable to meet in person. Please contact email@example.com for scheduling.
The CBAS Teacher Training Program has continued to thrive and adapt. More than 50 graduates have become ATI certified and teach throughout the U.S. Please visit the Teacher Training page for details.
Wishing health and well-being to all!
CHESAPEAKE BAY ALEXANDER STUDIES (CBAS) offers a range of opportunities to learn about the Alexander Technique. Beginning students can take a series of private lessons or attend an introductory workshop. More advanced students may continue with private lessons, attend a residential workshop or organize a workshop taught by Robin Gilmore to address a particular activity such as playing music or riding horses. Those with a strong commitment to the Alexander Technique can pursue teacher training through the North Carolina AT Program.
The Alexander Technique is a proven method of increasing efficiency and mobility in any activity. Athletes and performing artists use the technique to enhance their skills. Other applications include reducing chronic tension and fatigue associated with office work and other daily activities. Developed by F. M. Alexander in the late 1800s, the Alexander Technique is a process of learning guided by conscious awareness and prevention of habits that interfere with optimum functioning. We can regain our inherent buoyancy and think on our feet as we respond to whatever comes our way.