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From:Mio Morales
Hello+Happy 2020!

Hey…If you’ve ever been frustrated with your progress as an Alexander teacher/entrepreneur, I know just how you feel…I have truly been there!

Given the value of what we have to offer, people should be busting down doors to book lessons and then be absolutely delighted to spread the word to all their friends, family and co-workers.

Just imagine what that would be like!


Now that might just seem like a pipe-dream, but lately, I’m actually staring to see it beginning to happen…

And I’ll tell you how…

For almost a decade now, my single-minded focus has been the development of a completely functional, totally hands-free approach to learning & teaching the Alexander Technique.

I have always believed that since Alexander was able to do it, it could be done by others as well…That there might be a way to learn what he learned without having to use mirrors and without it taking quite so long.

Well…I’m happy to say that my research is coming to fruition and in the last few years I’ve been training other Alexander teachers to teach in this way.

But, even more exciting, my explorations have given rise to techniques & strategies that are proving to be of tremendous value to A.T. teachers across the board even those with little or no interest in distance teaching.

These simple yet powerful ways of working will enhance the hard-won teaching skills you already possess while providing new tools that will deepen your teaching and increase your effectiveness.

Starting next month I will begin sharing these tools in the 1st of a series advanced training opportunities for adventurous Alexander Technique teachers looking to expand their repertoire and extend their reach.

So…If you’ve been feeling a bit stuck or you’re just up for checking out some new ways to boost your flexibility as a teacher and broaden your influence as an educator…

Please Come Join Us Next Month In…

The Club Itself

TheCoachingClub™ is a recurring online membership where you choose to attend either  1, 2, or 3  classes a week. It’s a “Q&A” style masterclass perfect for Alexander teachers who would like to refine their skills, add new tools to their repertoire or increase  their ability to reach more students.

The research I’ve been doing into the viability of a totally HandsFree  approach to Alexander teaching has yielded some very powerful methods & strategies that have proven valuable to teachers irrespective of style.

These ways of working harken back to the original methods Alexander created to solve his vocal problems, make his discoveries & to teach himself and others. They are informed & inspired by “Evolution of a Technique” in  The Use of the Self.

These procedures leverage observation and experimentation as the chief engines of improvement. They build confidence, self-reliance and as a result accelerate the progress of both students and teachers.  

The Curriculum

TheCoachingClub is all about problem solving. The class is super practical. It revolves around the specific challenges that members are facing day after day in their teaching practice.

I have been coaching and training Alexander teachers for over 35 years, and I draw upon that experience to create a challenging but collegial atmosphere that is both serious and light-hearted. Intense at times, but always supportive & accepting. 

The Club is a community learning lab. A collaborative space online where A.T. teachers from across the globe can gather each week to share questions and find answers together.

As the “Learner-In-Chief” I lead the charge, but so much of the magic is in what happens colleague to colleague, peer-to-peer. The knowledge shared in the Club and the feel of the experience itself  just might stir memories of wonderful workshops you’ve attended over the years and the very best days of your teacher training. 



A Different Kind of Direction

1. Primal Alexander™

Over the past decade or so, I’ve been developing an unconventional approach to applying Alexander’s discoveries and teaching the Technique. One that does not require hands-on kinesthetic guidance. 

The full teaching system is called Primal Alexander™: A comprehensive set of techniques, skills, activities and explorations originally designed to teach beginning students how “think in activity” by helping them see the relationship between how they are choosing to think and the quality of how they end up moving.

In the last four years, however, what’s been especially exciting is seeing just how valuable this approach is proving to be for Alexander teachers, especially with regard to skill refinement, teaching groups, sharpening observation and proactive self-care.

2. Questions as Direction

The aspect of the system that makes this learning  possible for both Alexander students and Alexander teachers is an awareness process I call 3EasyQuestions™. Here’s basically how it works: 

After inhibiting, in the gap between stimulus and response, instead of traditional orders or directing, you quickly assess three things:

  1. Where you’re currently noticing ease,
  2. What effect that noticing is having on you in general and…
  3. What’s happening to that general effect as you begin to move.

This gentle, but focused curiosity about the ease you’re currently experiencing shifts your attention in a way that circumvents your usual habit patterns. It facilitates the Primary Control which reflexively reorganizes your movement as you are moving allowing you to do whatever you happen to be doing with a lot more ease.

“Anyone can do what I do,
if they will do what I did.”

3. Re: Evolution of a Technique

I remember reading that quote for the first time as young, slightly fanatical Alexander enthusiast and feeling like he was challenging me…challenging me to take the what he discovered even more seriously. 

Did I aspire to someday being able to do what Alexander could do? Yes, I did! Was I willing to sit in front of mirrors for years and years to achieve what he did…Apparently not, because I never did.

However, as the years went by, I came to realize that spending all that time in front of the mirrors was not what Alexander did as much as it was how he did what he did…What he actually learned to do was to…

Experiment on himself!

For me, the key to getting out of Alexander’s amazing discoveries is to follow  him down the road of self-experimentation. Because of his efforts, & those of the other great teachers who came after him, we know for sure, there truly is gold at the end of the experimentation rainbow. 

Primal Alexander™ is a systematic approach to learning how to experiment on yourself using movement. Applying a new kind of constructive thinking and a graduated series of self-study “études”, Primal Alexander™ provides students and teachers with a straight forward,  easy to follow route to improvement.

It’s a self-healing process that uses Inhibition & observation to create a gap between stimulus and response that allows our native movement intelligence to preempt our habitual way of moving while it reinforces the pathways that lead to better Use.

For the Alexander student this means a flatter learning curve & growing confidence. For the Alexander teacher it gives you a simple way to “stick to principle” more fully, more often and more deeply enjoy and share this wonderful work with the world.

TheClub in a Nutshell

Here Are Some of The
Things People Are Saying

 problem solving technique. 

“One of the true epics of medical research.” 

The healing power of problems The power of attention


The Primary Concern

the frame of your awareness


STOP TRYING! Your nervous system is teaching you non-stop. You just need to stop knowing and start learning.

That makes our habits virtually invisible to us because we gravitate towards the safety of what’s familiar. It’s not our fault. It’s part of our survival wiring!

Learning to Teach / Teaching to Learn


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