In this introduction to the Alexander Technique, you will experience how the balance of your head on top of your spine influences your voice and breath.
- Suggested for those who use want to experience how the principles of the Alexander Technique and natural breathing coordination develop a beautiful sound.
- Especially for Singers, Actors, Media
To register, contact Kathy:
or call: 315.412.4829
Wednesday, September 24
6:00PM – 9:00PM
The workshop will be held at The Delavan Center
509 West Fayette Street
Syracuse, New York
The Alexander Technique is a method of movement and posture education that provides students with skills for moving and performing with greater efficiency, ease and poise, thereby enhancing their performance. Colleges such as The Juilliard, Yale School of Drama, New York University Graduate Acting Program and Boston University School for the Arts, along with others, offer the Alexander Technique as part of their curriculum for the benefit of their students.
Kathryn Miranda, M. AmSAT, Alexander Teacher, movement educator and specialist in the Art of Breathing, has been teaching the Alexander Technique for 24 years. Kathryn began studying the Alexander Technique to improve her posture and her sense of well-being. She teaches in the Music School and the Drama Department at Syracuse University, Onondaga Community College’s Music Department and at UPState’s OASIS Program, as well as private lessons and small group classes in her studio at the Delavan Center. She is the Director of Alexander Technique of Syracuse and runs an AmSAT approved training course for those who want to teach the Alexander Technique.