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Rotunda Contemplative Practice Series 2017 - Balance in Action: The Alexander Technique

Event

Title

Rotunda Contemplative Practice Series 2017 - Balance in Action: The Alexander Technique

When

Sun., Oct 22 2017 -
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Where

Rotunda Multipurpose Room

Join UVA Department of Music faculty member, Sandra Bain Cushman, for a contemplative practice session on exploring balance in action through the Alexander Technique. Sandra will also present a short talk. Please wear comfortable attire. 
 
Date: Sunday, October 22, 4 - 5:30 PM
Speaker: Sandra Bain Cushman
Title: “Balance in Action: The Alexander Technique”
Location: Rotunda Multipurpose Room
 
Sandra Bain Cushman’s passion for unlocking creative potential began with her theater studies at Cornell University in 1977. A certified teacher of the Alexander Technique (AT) since 1990, she has taught renowned musicians, writers, theater groups, medical professionals, and business leaders how to gain greater poise, balance, and freedom in their work and in their lives. Sandra is also the founder of Orchestral Maneuvers (OM). OM offers creative strategies to groups and individuals, musicians and non-musicians alike. She has worked with Robert Fripp’s Guitar Craft (now Guitar Circles of North America, South America and Europe) from 1988-1990 and from 2000-present. In July, 2010 Sandra graduated from Jessica Wolf’s Art of Breathing training and holds a certificate in teaching breathing coordination. In October of 2011 she published Mind Body 40 Days, an AT-based support guide for those beginning mind-body practices.
 
This program is part of an 8-week Rotunda Contemplative Practice Series. It is open to the public and free of charge. No registration is required. Please arrive early—room size will dictate class capacity.
 
You may attend individual or multiple sessions as class capacity allows.