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Discovering Body Freedom & Ease of Self

Alexander Technique Class Series


Whether we are dancing, working at a computer, singing an aria, or walking to the store, we possess the inherent capacity to move naturally.  Moving naturally promotes ease, flexibility, power, and expressiveness. 

Unwittingly, we often interfere with our anatomical design. Energy, poise, and ease give way to effort, tension, and fatigue. The Alexander Technique gives us a working knowledge of the principles governing human coordination. This technique teaches us how to be, at once, relaxed and ready, soft and strong, light and substantial, firm and flexible. Through study we become capable of redirecting excessive effort into useful energy.

This Alexander Technique Class Series is for those that want to study this work more consistently - beginning level or intermediate - and want an easy, accessible way to do so.
Join Molly for a 6 Class Series in discovering your own inherent ease of being and how to apply this version of yourself to your daily life.


6 SESSIONS for $150 •  4 SESSIONS for $100 (WEDNESDAYS)

Every student receives an included 30-minute private session when purchasing a package of classes. Private sessions to be scheduled separately. Contact me if you want to discuss attendance options.

For any further questions or to register, please click the button below and email Molly.  

Payments in the form of cash, check, PayPal, Venmo are accepted and preferred. Credit also accepted with an additional $3 fee.

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2:00 PM14:00

Musician Series 1 - Tuning Your Sound Body

Tuning Yourself For Playing & Singing

This is the first workshop of a monthly series hosted by Dana V Music and taught by me.

Series 1 - February 11 from 2 - 4 PM
Series 2 - March 11 from 2 - 4 PM

Series 3 - April 15 from 2 - 4 PM
Series 4 - May 6 from 2 - 4 PM

Feeling discomfort in your instrument or vocal technique study?

In a rut with your fingerings, patterns, or breath support?
Feeling like you can't fully access the artistry you know you have? 

In this Tuning Your Sound Body Workshop Series, we will explore tools for releasing the tension of technique and allowing what you love about playing and singing to come through.

Join me for a workshop series in zooming out of the judgement, out of the technical demands, learning some cool body mapping, identifying your habits, rediscovering your innate freedom of movement, and getting back to why it is you play.  

Learn to tune yourself! 

You take the time to tune and warm-up your instrument… how about taking the time to tune yourself? 

Ages 15 and Up.

Sunday, February 11th
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
at Dana V Music

Cost - $40 Per Person

To register for this single class or to participate in the entire series, please click below to email Dana V Music.

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Alexander Technique for Singers/Performers
1:00 PM13:00

Alexander Technique for Singers/Performers

For any person who wants to perform, practice, and express through their voice or performance craft with more ease, consistency, and longevity

Using movement and awareness games and interactive learning, this workshop will provide singers/performers useful tools for accessing vocal ease and freedom. 

These tools will enhance a person’s ability to utilize his or her whole body as an instrument, discover how to shed extra effort, and allow performing to feel easy, joyful, and powerful.

These 3 hours will consist of both group exploration and individual attention from the instructors.

Co-teachers for this workshop:  Molly Kittle and Darci Balkcom

Guest teacher spotlight: Darci Balkcom is an opera singer, voice instructor, and Alexander Technique teacher in New Mexico.  She currently teaches at Santa Fe School For The Arts and does Alexander Technique initiatives for vocalists around the southwest region.

Cost per person: $50

Payment is accepted at the door.  Cash, check, and credit card are accepted - however credit card will include a $2 transaction fee.

Please contact Molly to reserve your spot, as spots are limited.

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