About Michael Veilleux
Michael Veilleux is a nationally board-certified Alexander Technique teacher and therapeutic bodyworker with a background in dance and performing arts. He teaches students to optimize their movement potential, and empowers them to change how their bodies look, feel and function.
As a movement education expert with a holistic approach to health and wellness, Michael works with people of all ages and occupations, including post-operative patients, to recognize the source of movement problems and habitual tension patterns that cause pain, injury and malfunction, and provides the education and tools needed to achieve desired results.
Michael has led numerous workshops, including: Reversing the Affects of Aging; Living Pain-Free for cancer survivors; Working Out Without Tensing Up for gym-goers and personal trainers; Live Pain Free, Practice Pain Free for body-workers and wellness practitioners; Free Jaw, Free Neck for people seeking relief from chronic headaches, neck/back pain, ringing in the ears, teeth grinding / clenching, TMJ, vocal issues, and breathing problems.
Michael previously worked as an adjunct lecturer for the LEAP Program for dancers at Saint Mary's College, an adjunct teacher in the Teacher Training Program at Manhattan Center for the Alexander Technique, and was on faculty at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in NYC.
Currently, Michael has a private practice in Albuquerque and travels to Santa Fe regularly to work with clients. He is also a graduate student at the University of New Mexico, pursuing his Master's degree in Occupational Therapy.
"I have worked with other Alexander Teachers but none have been able to establish the connection and trust that Michael has."
Jim Stewart, Executive Director of Grace Costumes, Inc., New York.
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Teacher of the Alexander Technique