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Alexandra Mazek

Alexandra Mazek
Wien
Österreich, Austria

At 27, I lost my voice due to a so-called spasmodic dysphonia. The voice sounded broken, vanished and reappeared like a radio signal flickering. Talking to strangers, ordering coffee from a waitress, and even casually saying “Hello” became very difficult. Not to speak of the inability to confront groups of people. Eventually, I had to give up my job in International Development.

When I encountered the Alexander-Technique I felt that here was a possibility for recovery but also an art to be learned; so I trained and have been learning and working full time as an AT teacher ever since. Several people affected by Dystonia have had lessons with me for years.

Apart from the Alexander Technique, my “Heartfulness” meditation practice has been instrumental in re-establishing my health.

mazek@chello.at
http://www.at-vienna.at/

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