Julianne

Improve how you move, perform, look and feel: applying the Alexander Technique


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If you are curious about improving balance, ease in movement, flexibility, strength and breathing as a way to clam the body and mind, you are invited to come and explore the Alexander Technique with Julianne Eveleigh in a series of eight workshops.

These playful classes are designed to help identify the elements of optimal integrated movement. Movement is not just made up of physical expression but rather a combination of unconscious decisions that the various nervous system networks make for us. When we bring consciousness and choice into the equation, we can address patterns of tension that interfere with freedom and ease in our thinking and moving.

As you rediscover balance of the mind and body you will regain control of your body, alleviate any pain and stress, as well as improve posture and performance. The Alexander Technique is a powerful tool for self-awareness and personal growth.

Julianne will begin with a free introduction to the Alexander Technique on Wednesday 13 July from 10.00 am - 11.30 am, followed by eight, weekly one-hour classes applying the Alexander Technique to every-day activities which will include walking, standing and balance, sitting and bending, breathing and speaking, calming the mind and body.

Stay on for a coffee and chat afterwards in the cafe at the Eureka Centre Ballarat. We will reserve a table after the class for any participants who would like to join.

These classes are designed for any age adult with an interest in self-discovery.

You can improve how you move, perform, look and feel.

Location

This activity will be held in the Tower Room, Eureka Centre Ballarat, Stawell Street North. Please note, this is not the historic Eureka Hall which is up the hill, closer to Eureka Pool, rather the large, modern building. Please enter through the main entrance and ask for directions to the Tower Room at reception (entry is by walking through the Eureka Centre shop and around the outside of the Tower Room. If you end up in the cafe, you've gone just a little too far). 

We would like to thank the Eureka Centre Ballarat team for making this space available to the Ballarat East Neighbourhood House for this activity. We are very grateful for their support.

Registration

You can register now online or contact the Ballarat East Neighbourhood House to express interest in this class. Once we have a minimum of 5 participants, it will go ahead. If not, it may be put on hold until we have sufficient interest. Paper registration forms will be available at the start of your first class.

Cost

A 1.5 hour free introduction will be held from 10.00 am - 11.30 am on Wednesday 13 July 2022. Please register your interest with the Ballarat East Neighbourhood House.

The 8-week course will cost $80. The online booking system will be available shortly. We will notify those people who have expressed interest in the class when the online booking system is available. There will also be the option to pay in cash.

Dates

Free Introductory Session (1.5 hours) - REGISTER NOW

Wednesday 13 July: 10.00 am - 11.30 am

8-week course (1 hour) - REGISTER NOW

Wednesdays: 10.00 am - 11.00 am

  1. 20 July
  2. 27 July
  3. 3 August
  4. 17 August
  5. 24 August
  6. 31 August
  7. 7 September
  8. 14 September

Please note that there is no class on Wednesday 10 August.

Find out more about Julianne and Voice and Alexander Technique: alexandertechniqueballarat.com.au

Conditions of participation

  • Please read the Ballarat East Neighbourhood House Activity Terms and Conditions. You will be asked to agree to these upon registration for this class.
  • All participants in Ballarat East Neighbourhood House activities must follow the current Statewide COVID-Safe principles.
  • If you are feeling unwell and/or have cold/flu symptoms please do not come to the activity.
  • Please sanitise your hands upon entry to and exit from Eureka Centre. Hand sanitiser will be available.
  • Keep at least 1.5 metres from other people in the activity.
  • Bring your own drink bottle. The cafe at the Eureka Centre should be open by mid-May if you would like to purchase hot drinks and food.
  • Arrive 5-10 minutes before the activity starts to allow time to complete any paperwork.
  • If you have any injuries or issues which may affect your ability to partipate fully in the activity, please arrive early and discuss with Julianne.
  • Turn off your phone/digital devices and store your possessions in the room.
  • A maximum of 10 participants will be able to take part in this activity.
  • Tickets are not transferable.

Questions?

Please call Ballarat East Neighbourhood House on 0422 612 052 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you are having trouble booking or paying for this activity, we are very happy to find a solution that will work as we want everyone interested to be able to participate.