Performance and Ergonomic Training

Welcome to Mastery of Movement. I am Rochelle Reea. For over three decades it has been my joy and satisfaction to educate, motivate, and help accelerate athletes, performance artists, company employees, and medical professionals overcome limitations of the body and mind that interfere with the excellent production of their trade.

If you want to go beyond your current experience of your skill or craft, turn limitation into freedom, maximize your potential, get the joy back in your life, eliminate pain, and avoid injuries, then you have come to the right place-Mastery of Movement.

What is the Alexander Technique?

F. Matthias Alexander

The Alexander Technique is a hands-on method of education that teaches us how to un-do acquired habits of thought and movement that interfere with the inherent design of the body. When this innate and perfect design of the body and mind is distorted or imposed upon by stresses and misuse, we have pain, are uneasy, uncoordinated, and uncomfortable, which can lead to poor performance, surgery, depression, and an inability to enjoy what we love to do.

Humans from birth have an inborn pattern of movement and a readiness to explore life. This instinctual growth process provides the means to ideal upright movement and a beautiful relationship to gravity.

When we apply the principles and methods of the Alexander Technique to our life, we begin to return to our natural ease, poise, and health and enjoy activities of life again.

"Stop what is wrong and the right thing will do itself." F. M. Alexander


Rochelle Reea

AmSAT Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique

My Mission:
To coach people of all ages how to re-gain the beautifully, poised and coordinated use of the body and be pain-free in all activities and endeavors.

Rochelle teaches people of many professions, and physical conditions how to regain the proper use of the body.

The British Medical Journal published results of an 2008 NHS study of over 500 people, showing 86% less back pain after a series of Alexander Technique lessons. This Technique is now included in the government’s NICE guidelines for back pain. The Guardian and the BBC now offer Alexander Technique lessons.

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