I sit at a computer all day. Can the Alexander Technique help me be more comfortable?

Repetitive strain injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic back pain, headaches and stress-related disorders are common to many computer users. While changes to the work station — chair design, monitor and keyboard placement — can improve the ergonomics, the Alexander Technique teaches you how to use your body comfortably even when the work station is not ideal.  With the Alexander Technique you can learn how to avoid injury and relieve the tension and pain often associated with computer use.

Your Alexander Technique teacher can teach you how to:

  •           sit upright without strain
  •           prevent spinal compression and muscular tension in the neck, shoulders and upper back
  •           improve range of motion in the joints 
  •           reduce pressure on the keyboard and mouse to relieve stress on the wrist and prevent carpal tunnel injury
  •           become more aware of your body's signals and signs of distress so you can relieve tension before it escalates to pain
  •           breathe properly to prevent fatigue and calm the nervous system
  •           restore balance - during and after work
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