- relief from patterns of strain
- increased capacity for recovery and rehabilitation
- access to ongoing improvement
- practice being kind to yourself
- the ability to manage stress and calm your own nervous system
- improved confidence and presence
- more ease in all activities
- an embodied method of constructive thinking
… the Alexander Technique awaits you.
“Theta Michèle Drivon has a unique and powerful gift for teaching people about how their bodies work and how they can work even better. Her insight, conscious and integrous touch and her ability to communicate exactly what I needed to hear are brilliant. She knows the body in a way that is rare…. I always experience her as completely present, and that her goal is for me to be fully embodied in ways I never knew I could be. I feel taller, stronger and more confident after each session. I can’t recommend her enough if you want to experience the wonders of Alexander Technique with someone who is truly meant to be teaching it.”–Erin Ross, Get That You Matter founder and life coach
“I went into my Alexander Technique lessons with Theta without knowing exactly what to expect. The changes I have noticed in my body in a short period of time are profound. My level of bodily awareness has brought on more comfort and ease in my daily activities, especially during my workday. Theta not only has a fine tuned intuition of what I need, but also remains open and receptive in a calm and inviting manner. Her presence is relaxing and supporting. I am amazed to experience how subtle shifts in the way I carry myself can decrease my stress levels and increase my energy levels. Using the Alexander Technique, Theta has helped me find more space in my body and distribute my weight more efficiently. My body is much happier!” –Nathan Oxenfeld, Integral Eyesight Improvement founder
Theta Michèle Drivon, M.AmSAT completed a 3-year training at Alexander Educational Center and has successfully taught athletes, musicians, bodyworkers, medical and business professionals how to find more grace and ease in their movements and presence. She is a member of the national American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT) and the Asheville, NC area group Alexander Teachers of the Mountain Area (ATMA).
Can Alexander Technique help with your concerns? Call for a personal consultation: 828-712-2804.