About MarkJosefsberg

Mark has maintained a full-time Alexander Technique teaching practice in New York City since his national certification in 2003. He teaches private lessons as well as ongoing small group classes, and is on faculty at The American Center for the Alexander Technique (ACAT).

The Alexander Technique, Donald Trump, and my stomach.

It is December 11th, 2016 at 6:10PM, so I don’t know when it is now. But Trump is the President-elect, and from where we now stand, especially in here in NYC, things look challenging. Daunting. Great. Hopeful. Horrifying. It depends on your viewpoint. Millions of people are no doubt in shock while others are joyful. [...]

Alexander Technique Awareness

The Alexander Technique has three main pillars: Awareness, Inhibition, and Direction (AID) Inhibition. Leave a gap-don't react. Listen for the space between the notes. Direction. Alexander Technique directions are unique instructions guiding you towards what you need to do or undo. These verbal cues are known to Alexander teachers and students, and they are potentially [...]

Alexander Technique Decisions

You've got no choice with the Alexander Technique Once you know some Alexander Technique, you're not going to want to make major decisions without it. And once you know enough of it you can't. For better or for worse, we decide by imagining what things will be like, or feel like, in the future–two minutes or [...]

Use the Alexander Technique as you Wish

Use the Alexander Technique any way you want; there are no right or wrong ways, no one application or reason to learn is better than any other. Apply it to anything, or everything. You can turn it on at any moment, then turn it up as you wish. You can't turn it off, because that [...]

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