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Jeremy Woolhouse

Glen Iris
Alexander Technique Lessons

  • Qualifications: B.Mus AdDip.AlexTechTeach
  • Pricing: from $60
  • Styles: Instrumentalists of all genre
  • Suitability: All ages and abilities

Bio

Using Alexander Technique as a jazz pianist since 1998 has earned Jeremy a deep appreciation of the application of Alexander Technique to professional performance.

He and has accumulated experience teaching Alexander Technique to performing artists for professional development, injury rehabilitation, RSI and pain management.  Jeremy works with a diverse range of students, applying Alexander Technique to a host of conditions and professional applications.

In offering structured and engaging lessons, in  Alexander Technique , Jeremy is interested in his students achieving independence, prolonged wellbeing and inspired performance whilst enjoying the learning process.


Teaching Info

Alexander Technique has fantastic musical applications as it addresses music’s most important aspect: the musician.

Conventional practice refines our playing skills. But it may also ingrain patterns of movement that impede progress or cause pain.

Alexander Technique gives students an awareness of how these learned patterns affect artistic output and health, and how these patterns may be modified.

An efficiency of movement experienced through Alexander Technique paves the way to greater technical ability, achieves sustained relief from pain and liberates one’s entire performance.

Alexander trained performers also have a powerful tool for handling performance anxiety through increased self-awareness and ability to release undesired tensions.

Their energy is redirected in an efficient way, heightening communication between musician, instrument, and audience. Playing becomes effortless, fun and more inspiring.

Jeremy Woolhouse’s background includes study of Taubman Technique, a pianistic method complementary to Alexander Technique.  He understands the challenges of professional performance and the importance of clarity in early instruction.

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