Robert Rickover teaches the Alexander Technique in Omaha, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada, working with individual students and with groups. He graduated from the School of Alexander Studies in London, England in 1981 where he also served on the faculty. He studied for over fifteen years with master Alexander teacher Marjorie Barstow and frequently assisted her in teaching her Alexander Technique workshops in Lincoln, Nebraska. Robert began a private teaching practice in Toronto, Canada in 1981 and maintains a dual practice since moving to Lincoln, Nebraska in 1990. For the past few years, Robert has been teaching students from around the world with Online Posture and Movement Coaching
He holds degrees in physics and economics from Yale University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Robert is a teaching member of the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT).
He is the creator of The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique and the host of the Alexander Technique Podcast. He is on the faculty of the Annual High School Solo Singer Workshop at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Robert has developed a process, Up With GravitySM which enables you to harness with power of gravity to release tension and lighten up.
I first met Robert at an Equestrian clinic and decided to sign up for online coaching to further improve my riding position. The sessions were extremely helpful for my riding but I also got a benefit I was not expecting. After implementing what Robert has taught me, everything I do is easier and I have less stiffness and more energy. I was skeptical about learning physical skills online but Robert’s teaching is very effective and easy to follow. I think anyone can benefit from Robert’s expertise and teaching of the Alexander technique. – Joann Porter MD, Omaha, Nebraska
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