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The Alexander Technique as a Spiritual Practice

Approaching the Alexander Technique and Our Lives

with Simplicity and Clarity

In this class we’ll be exploring self awareness tools that can help us bring more simplicity and clarity into the Alexander work and to our lives.  We will explore a step by step reality-creation process to give us new insight into what we are actually bringing to our daily experiences.  As part of our exploration we’ll experiment with ways to bring more flexibility of consciousness and purposeful focus to our moment by moment choices. We have two dates for this class, time posted is in the eastern time zone:

Date:  Thursday evening, November 4th

Time:  6:30pm to 9:00pm (eastern time)


Date: Saturday, November 6th

Time:  9:30am to Noon (eastern time)

Place:  Online via the Zoom platform

Cost: $30.00. Your payment anchors your commitment to attending class. We are choosing to limit the class to 15 participants in order to give due attention to each person. 

The Alexander Technique as a Spiritual Practice is an ongoing class series, a unique opportunity to explore the Alexander Technique through the vast prism of our soul’s wisdom and understanding.  By harnessing the wisdom and understanding of our Soul, we can bring a greater breadth of ourselves to the work and to the people we serve.

Together, we’ll explore topics such as:

* Psycho-Spiritual Unity

* Inhibition as a means to facilitate flow

* Bringing our soul's wisdom and vision to the work

* Means whereby as an opportunity to explore presence in practice

* Embracing the support of our spiritual anatomy system

* Primary control from the perspective of our highest Self

Your Instructors:

Jay Hovenesian is a spiritual counselor and maintains a private practice in Newton, MA.  He teaches meditation and spiritual development classes throughout the Boston area. Jay is also a Certified Alexander Technique Teacher and has served on the faculty of Clark University.  He’s taught workshops and classes on the Technique at schools and businesses throughout the New England area.  Jay has studied spiritual and intuitive development with Kurt Leland. Jay studied the Alexander Technique with Tommy Thompson and received his Teaching Certificate in 1997.


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Jamee Culbertson teaches in the Boston area of Massachusetts. She is a teacher/trainer at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Alexander Technique training course in Boston, Massachusetts. It’s a perfect fit working with artists given Jamee’s earlier years spent studying theatre arts at the Neighborhood Playhouse in NYC and her musical education at Berklee College.  Jamee received her Alexander Technique Teaching certificate in 1993 having studied with Tommy Thompson. Jamee is also a Senior Instructor and teacher trainer in the Universal Healing Tao System teaching tai chi, qigong and meditation techniques. For nearly 30 years Jamee has shared her knowledge and experience in the Boston area at hospitals, fitness centers, colleges and women center's. She is part of a team of the Universal Tao Boston Instructors involved with Tai Chi studies via Harvard and Brown Universities and is First Aid CPR AED Certified with the American Heart Association. Jamee teaches workshops worldwide and has a private practice around Boston, MA. 


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If you have any questions please feel free to contact either of us.  

See you in class!