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Alexander Technique: Consructive Rest

Eastman School of Music's Alexander Technique (AT) professor Katie Fittipaldi leads a mini-workshop on using constructive rest. Constructive rest is a restorative practice - meaning it can help to restore energy, restore calm, push "reset" on your whole nervous system and crazy day! No prior experience with AT needed, and you need not have attended the prior mini-workshops to join and enjoy learning this simple and effective method for adding a beneficial pause in your day.

Presented by the Eastman School's Alexander Technique teacher, Katie Fittipaldi. This session offers practical advice for maintaining wellness and posture when working on a computer/at a desk. For many of us, we are now working on a computer - perched on our lap, on a coffee table, or at a desk - far more than we are accustomed to. 

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Wednesday, May 6 at 11:30am to 12:00pm

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Eastman School of Music, University Health Service
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(585) 274-1233

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