I'm an Alexander teacher who shows you how to access your innate freedom, balance, ease of movement and coordination throughout your life.
Learn more about Corinne
Corinne Cassini, Alexander Technique teacher and cellist, has an established Alexander Technique teaching and training practice in Boone, North Carolina. She performs on the cello and is an adjunct professor of the Alexander Technique (AT) at Appalachian State University, Hayes School of Music.
She is certified by NeVLAT (Dutch Society for the Alexander Technique) and ATI (Alexander Technique International) and is an active member of several professional organizations, taking part in Annual General Meetings and International Congresses.
She completed her 1600-hour Alexander Technique trai...
What inspired me to become a wellness professional?
My own journey as a professional musician led me to discover the Alexander work which helped me manage the physical, mental and emotional stress of the profession. After some time it became clear that my path is in helping others find their way to fulfilling their potential and leading a free and happy life as well!
How my clients describe their first visit?
Every experience or activity after a lesson (seeing, driving, walking, standing, and opening a door…) feels new. The experience after a lesson of being with less stress, feeling freer and lighter is amazing.
What I say to someone who has never tried Alexander Technique?
Describing this work and the experiences or results it produces is like trying to explain the feeling or experience of dancing to someone who has never danced. You've just got to give it a try! You will know within the first 5 lessons (or less) if this is something for you. The ideal student is someone who has an open mind, takes their healing into their own hands and wishes to grow, change and life to their full potential.