About

Helene Goldberg

From her home studio in S.E. Melbourne, Helene teaches the Alexander Technique through private lessons and workshops.

She is registered with the Australian Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (AUSTAT) as a Certified Alexander Technique Teacher. 

Musicians are prone to keep so much tension in their hands. The Alexander Technique teaches the means whereby to release it for better tone and performance.

Certification

Advanced Diploma of Alexander Technique Teaching from the School for F.M. Alexander Studies, with Heads of Training, David Moore and Jenny Thirtle (2016-2020)

Applications of the Alexander Technique

Helene teaches individuals from various occupations, backgrounds, and interests, encompassing diverse health and well-being conditions. Many of the people who come to her for lessons are pianists and other musicians, people with hypermobility issues, and those with recurring or chronic pain. 

People who are curious about what new levels of awareness and mastery are available through learning the technique also come for lessons.

There’s always something new to learn. The well of knowledge never runs dry.

Continuing Professional Development

Helene keeps her skills current through studies with world-renowned teachers of the Alexander Technique, including:

  • Conscious Guidance with Detailed Personal Movements Instructions, with Jeando Masoero, France (2021, 2023)
  • Advanced Online Teacher Training (AOTT), with Penelope Easten, Ireland (2021)
  • Online Teacher Training (OTT), with Penelope Easten, Ireland (2020-2021)
  • The Art of Breathing, with Pamela Blanc (2021)
  • Caren Bayer, USA (2020-2022)

She has also completed the following:

  • EDS ECHO Multidisciplinary Team Practice Australasia: Introduction to EDS and HSD, with the Ehlers-Danlos Society (2023)
  • EDS ECHO Multidisciplinary Team Practice Australasia: Comorbidities with EDS and HSD, with the Ehlers-Danlos Society (2023)
  • Understanding Multiple Sclerosis, with the Menzies Institute of Medical Research, University of Tasmania (2021)
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