- Improve balance, coordination, and skills of everyday living
- Learn to age gracefully
- Reduce chronic pain, in your back, shoulders, neck, hips…
- Find mindfulness in everyday living
- Overcome performance anxiety
- Improve your speaking voice for everyday and performance
- Achieve mastery in performing arts and sports
Whoever you are, whatever your age, you can use the Alexander Technique to feel better, improve your posture and coordination, and use your body more mindfully. The question is, how soon would you like to start experiencing these benefits?
Ruth Rootberg helps people in the Amherst, Massachusetts area learn to harness the full power of their brains so new patterns of movement occur, creating ease and comfort in activity. Can she help you?
Her clients live or work in or near Amherst, Northampton, Florence, Greenfield, Belchertown, Hadley, South Hadley, Granby, Pelham, Belchertown, Holyoke, Leverett, Shutesbury, Sunderland, Whately, Deerfield, Hatfield, Williamsburg, New Salem, Wendell, Orange, Montague, Turners Falls, Brattleboro, Springfield, Longmeadow, and other communities in Hampshire, Franklin, Hampden and Hampshire Counties, Massachusetts, and Windham County, Vermont.
Living the Alexander Technique
Aging with Poise
by Ruth Rootberg
Eleven Alexander Technique teachers—Nelly Ben-Or, Shaike Hermelin, Giora Pinkas, Barbara Kent, Vivien Mackie, John Nicholls, Michael Frederick, Ron Dennis, Ruth Murray, Ilana Machover, and George Lister—speak with Ruth Rootberg about their lives, their work, and their approach to using their Alexander skills as they face the challenges of aging with vitality, curiosity, poise, and passion.
—Michael J. Gelb
Author of Body Learning and Brain Power
Alexander Technique teacher
Alexander Technique Teacher and Physical Therapist