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Habits for life

If you’re here, I’m guessing you’ve got a habit that you just can’t shake.

Maybe you…

  • Can’t seem to play your instrument without pain

  • Want to feel more confident leading meetings/giving presentations/performing

  • Tried to set up your desk ergonomically but your back still hurts

  • Are a multifaceted human! And sometimes you struggle to take action with the things you say you want to do.

You have ideas about what you could be doing differently in your life, like moving with ease and confidence, or speaking more clearly…but mostly you just end up going, “Oh yeah, I’ve been meaning to do that.”

I get it! Just ask my pile of creative projects that got abandoned after a brief surge of creative energy. 

Now, what if I told you...


When it comes to successfully accomplishing long-term goals, it doesn't actually matter how badly you want it or how much you know about it. (Yep, read that again).

Getting from where you are now to where you see yourself doesn't have to be hard, but it does take commitment and strategy.

So if you're ready to finally…

  • Stop beating yourself up for being “undisciplined” or “lazy”

  • Turn what you know is possible into what you actually do

  • Receive realistic strategies and unyielding support that will finally result in real, sustained changes in your life

…Let’s get started!

Here's how we can work together:


Book a 1:1 session 
(virtual or in-person)


Get a Personalized Workspace Audit (virtual or in-person)



Arrange a group workshop
for your team or ensemble

Here's what my students have to say...

"Liz is a patient and perceptive teacher with a wide breadth of experience. Over the course of a few lessons (most of them remote!), we were able to tackle some of my bad habits and introduce more ease into my everyday life. Liz's extensive musical background also made it much easier to talk about specific problems I was having with my piano playing."

-Greg K., web developer and pianist

Who am I? 
...and how'd I get into Alexander Technique
in the first place?

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