Experienced Postural & Ergonomics Specialist and Alexander Technique teacher Lena Hart
The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.
In this Super U Summit Talk, Alexander Technique teacher Lena Hart gives us her tips for finding and releasing unnecessary tension in the body at home and at work.
Lena Hart is currently the resident Alexander Technique teacher at The Academy of Art University in San Francisco and has a private practice in San Francisco and Walnut Creek, CA. As an Experienced Postural & Ergonomics Specialist, Lena has a record of success in helping clients and students in home, office, and industrial environments become aware of the harmful, habitual physical choices they make as a person.
She specializes in helping performers, techies, persons struggling with the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease and retirees improve their abilities and decrease pain. Current and previous students include those who work at Google, PETA, AAU, University of Tennessee, and Whitten Laser Eye.
Whether it be stage fright or back pain that is bothering you, Lena is eager to share what she has learned with the Technique to help solve your problems.
Lena is a graduate of the Alexander Education Center of Berkeley. She received her M.F.A from the University of Tennessee and her BA from Washington University in St. Louis.
TELL ME MORE ABOUT THE TALK TOPIC
Body pain at work and at home can take on the form of neck, shoulder or back pain. In its most severe forms—migraines, sciatica, and/or depression. Everyone has stress in their lives—but “How” you deal with it determines whether or not your body, mind, and spirit will feel free, or feel crippled.
The Alexander Technique is a practical no-nonsense approach to relieving unnecessary tension in the body. Learning this Technique has been scientifically proven to lessen back pain, neck pain, and depression. Come learn how you can utilize the technique to help you in your everyday life.
HOW TO WATCH
Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Lena’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)