The Alexander Technique with Lisa DeAngelis: Discovering and Using your Best Self

One of the basic principles of the Alexander Technique is that use affects functioning. In other words, the way we use ourselves mentally and physically affects anything and everything that we do. I believe that anyone, at any walk of life, can benefit from what the Technique has to offer. The Technique also offers tools to encourage and promote healthy life patterns, in the way we breathe, live, and move. 

I enjoy working with people in a variety of fields, helping them to develop the tools necessary to address and improve their personal and professional quality of life. Together, we will determine your individual goals and needs, and through hands-on guidance and practical application, your journey of re-education will be on its way! 

I have worked with individuals and groups in the following fields:

  • Performing Artists (musicians, dancers, actors)
  • Athletes
  • Doctors and Medical Professionals 
  • Business executives, managers and professionals
  • Students
  • Women in the stages of pregnancy and young-child rearing
  • Elderly persons
  • Those who spend extended amounts of time working with computers

Work with the Alexander Technique can help address and improve the following:

  • Breathing
  • Posture
  • Performance (Artistic, Athletic, and Business)
  • Public Speaking Skills
  • Chronic Pain
  • Performance Anxiety
  • Relaxation/Stress Relief
  • Freedom of Movement/Range of Motion

Awareness is the first step to making a change, and it’s never too late to start your journey. Make the choice to begin investing in your health and re-education, today.

A little more about Lisa: 

Lisa DeAngelis currently teaches lessons in the Alexander Technique privately in downtown Chicago (Loop) and offers presentations and workshops in the greater Chicagoland area. She works with voice users (singers, actors) as well as athletes, professionals who suffer from work-related ailments, individuals in chronic pain, and those whose professions sometimes lead to inhibited body use. She firmly believes that anyone and everyone can benefit from what the Technique has to offer, allowing them to reach their full potential. She is a graduate of the Urbana Center for the Alexander Technique under the instruction of Joan and Alex Murray.