PEES *+1026 The Alexander Technique
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as PED 17.16.
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2 hours; 1 credit
The Alexander Technique is a method in which students learn to inhibit habitual muscular response patterns. Students are taught to release their muscles into length and width by applying specific thoughts and directions. Students will learn to apply the directions while sitting in chairs, laying on mats, and in movement.
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