Anastasia Pridlides, '12

GRADUATED: December 2012

TODAY: I teach the Alexander Technique in private practice and at the Manhattan JCC for people with Parkinsons.

WHY ALEXANDER? I had taken the Alexander Technique in college and I returned to it when I started to get injured as a scenic painter. For me, the Alexander Technique was wonderfully life changing and I wanted to share it with other people. I switched my career and became an Alexander Technique instructor. Today, my life is about helping people and wellness and I feel much more fulfilled.

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Dan Cayer, '12

GRADUATED: June 2012

TODAY: I teach the Alexander Technique and mindfulness meditation in private practice and retreats. I also teach The Art of Swimming, a creative swim instruction that utilizes the AT to find more ease, efficiency, and balance in the water.

WHY ALEXANDER? I used the Alexander Technique to help recover from a life-changing injury in my mid-20s where I was unable to hold a book, type, and experienced intense, chronic pain. I now teach this work as a method of recovering balance and well-being. In order to heal the body, we don't need to micromanage it nor do we need to constantly strive to be "better." We can develop a sane relationship with our body that includes compassion, less tension, and a graceful posture.

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