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MUS 160 Body in Performance Alexander Technique

MUS 160 - Body in Performance Alexander Technique (2)

Careers in music are often accompanied by physical problems such as back pain, tendinitis and repetitive stress injuries. The Alexander Technique is an educational process that helps musicians use their "primary instrument"- mind and body- without strain and excessive tension. All the basic principles of the Technique will be covered and all students will participate in applying the Technique to performance and counteracting stage fright and nervousness. Offered each Fall. No pre-requisite. Required of PASJ majors with Music Concentration, but open to all students.