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Alexander Technique – for actors, dancers, singers in Lisbon
March 8, 2020 @ 10:00 am - April 1, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
The Alexander Technique is a tantalizing and delightful journey into transforming the way we use ourselves to find greater ease in whatever the activity. Come join Deborah in an out of the box opportunity that can change your mind set in a relaxed, fun and non-judgmental, stimulating atmosphere. Whether you wish you could sing, speak or dance with more ease and feel you are holding back, this workshop will shine a light into blind spots within the body and soul to help you open up and meet yourself in a more meaningful way. It will help you find freedom in your breath and being to do the ASK as we move away from our critical thoughts and fears and experience the wisdom in our own bodies. You will leave this workshop with new inspiration, and tools on how to practice and play the instrument of your being towards a life and business of abundance.
Deborah Jeanne Weitzman is a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique and has worked internationally as a singer-songwriter and teacher of Improvisation, Voice, Theatre and Movement since 1988. She specializes in helping people overcome stage fright and debilitating perfectionism. Her book: Pandora Learns to Sing is available on Amazon.
New – 2019 – Testimonials for Deborah’s workshops:
I just wanted to tell you that I am very grateful for the madness so crazy and beautiful that I learned with you. Have already read a lot about the Alexander Technique. I understand and identify a lot and I share it. I’ve suffered from a prolapse in the fifth disc of the neck, a long time – and I thank the day I was lucky to meet you and come to your workshop. For the first time in a long time, my neck doesn’t hurt – and I’m able to move more freely. This new thinking will soon be part of my every day… Bonnie Esperanza, Oslo Norway 2019
I am doing MUCH better, almost back to my old self. Thank you for everything you did to help me these last months. I would have lost my mind if it hadn’t been for you. Though I am better, I still would like to see you next time you are in town – your work helps me get grounded! Ellen Kosberg, Oslo, Norway 2019