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Alexander Technique: One-on-One Sessions

Alexander Technique appointments are available for all students at no charge.

Wondering what this is? Alexander Technique is a therapeutic program that can help you understand your body movement patterns, enhance your artistic performance, and increase your physical comfort. It's also a great way to manage stress.

All students are eligible for two, 30-minute, individual sessions each semester. Our provider, Diane Hovenesian, sees students in the Counseling and Wellness Center. We are located on the lower level of 32 The Fenway.

Appointments are made online.

Here are some points to remember:

  • Please arrive 5 minutes before your appointment time.
  • If you cannot make it to your appointment, you must call and/or email to cancel at least 24 hours in advance.
    • To reschedule or cancel, refer to the confirmation email you receive after scheduling your appointment.
  • If you just don't show up, you forfeit that appointment. You also won't be able to schedule any more Alexander Technique sessions for the entire academic year.

New appointments open up weekly, so if the times are full, keep checking back!

Questions? Email

Our Provider

headshot of diane hovenesianDiane Hovenesian is a certified Alexander Technique Teacher and maintains a private practice, Healing Well Studio, in Medfield, MA. In 2000, she graduated from the Alexander Technique Center of Cambridge, a three-year certification course. Her further training and continuing study includes Subtle Energy Healing (INEH), Actor’s Secret (a combination of Alexander Technique, Breathing Coordination, and Somatic Experiencing developed and taught by Betsy Polatin), meditation, and yoga. She has been a visiting lecturer in the Acting Division, School of Theatre at Boston University College of Fine Arts. She is a former part-time faculty member in the Visual and Performing Arts Department, Clark University, where she taught Public Speaking and Movement for the Performing Artist: The Alexander Technique from 2001 to 2008. A graduate of Connecticut College, she is a musician, writer, and lifelong learner.

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