I am enjoying my life

and my playing more than ever, thanks to my lessons with Lilly.

--Dr. Cathy Leach, D.Mus.

Professor of Music, University of Tennessee


After the very first lesson,

posture problems I'd struggled with

(and felt self-conscious about)

my entire adult life began to effortlessly melt away.

I always leave my lessons feeling happier, healthier, lighter

and much more relaxed.

--Vance Thompson, M.Mus.

Founding Director, Knoxville Jazz Orchestra



Lilly Sutton,

Alexander Technique Teacher

It’s not about trying to get something right, or figuring out what’s wrong with you

so that you can fix it. It’s about getting out of your own way and letting things happen.   It’s simple, yet profound.

                                          --Lilly Sutton, M.S

Teacher, Alexander  Technique Knoxville


The Alexander Technique is a mindful self-care method 

    that teaches students how to:


   What is The Alexander Technique?


=improve posture,

=free breathing,

=release tension 

=alleviate pain 

=respond rather than react

=be present, rather than preoccupied



Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field. I'll meet you there.



Students learn to perform any activity

with more ease and enjoyment:

from walking, to giving a presentation,

driving, to working at a computer.