The Alexander Technique enables employees to see how their physical and mental habits affect their health and work performance. It delivers practical knowledge on how to optimally and efficiently cooperate with their human design.
The increased awareness about their functional habits in combination with the practical knowledge creates greater freedom of choice in response to outer and inner stimuli.
The technique is applied directly in activity so the employees can adjust themselves when in need, while doing their work.
As a result, they solve old and new stress patterns, and prevent build-up of unnecessary muscular and mental tension, which left unattended, risk leading to absence, sickness, sick-leave or accidents.