Comfort, Balance, Mobility and Coordination for your

Health and Well-Being

People have Successfully Used these Approaches to Address:

  • Accent Reduction
  • Arm Pain
  • Articulation Issues
  • Arthritis and joint issues
  • Athletic Performance Issues (speed, dexterity, strength, coordination)
  • Back and neck Pain
  • Balance Issues
  • Breathing Issues
  • Co-ordination Issues
  • Creativity Blocks
  • EDS/Hypermobility
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Headaches
  • Mobility/Range of Motion Issues
  • Neck Issues
  • Neurological Symptoms
  • Pain Management
  • Performance Anxiety
  • Posture
  • Rehabilitation from Injury
  • RSI (Repetitive Strain Issues)
  • Resonance Issues
  • Range of Motion Issues
  • Scoliosis
  • Self-knowledge and Personal Growth
  • Stress Relief
  • TMJ
  • Trauma
  • Vocal Skill and Health

How Do Lessons Help Health and Well Being?

Lessons in Alexander Technique, Estill Voice Training™, Feldenkrais®, Method, and the Lessac System, are not not medical therapies or treatments, nor are they substitutes for medical treatment where it is warranted. They are educational approaches with proven track records of their effectiveness. As a supportive complement to your medical care, lessons increase awareness of how you function in daily life and teach you to more effectively work with yourself. Study cannot change underlying structural or neurological conditions, but it can give you tools and strategies that help you make the most of what you have. Increasing your awareness of how you are using yourself in daily life empowers you to make informed choices that improve your function and quality of life.
“97% of people with back pain could benefit by learning the Alexander Technique – it is only a very small minority of back pain sufferers that require medical intervention such as surgery.”
Dr. Jack Stern
spinal neurosurgeon and founding partner of Brain and Spine Surgeons of New York
“As a music educator… as a drama director… (and) as a neurologic patient…with Diane’s teaching, I continue to live the life I want.”
Valerie Nutter
Music Teacher and Choir Director
"Diane found innovative ways to keep Jenna's body limber and mobile even after she began using a wheelchair. Diane understands the physical and psychological needs of her clients, and Jenna and I knew how lucky we were to have found her!"
Melinda Kremer
“Diane helped get me onstage and perform without back pain… Diane is more than a compassionate, intuitive teacher or mentor, she's a lifesaver!”
Amanda Holston
Actress, Alignment Educator & YogAlign Instructor
“I came to Diane as a professional trombonist suffering from severe pain any time that I played my instrument. The work I've done with her has changed my conception of how I play and is the primary reason why I'm still able to make a living as a musician.”
Dan Blacksberg
Trombonist/ recipient 2012 Pew Fellowship in the Arts