Lisa Alexander

Transformational Speaker, Teacher, Healer & Creator of The Alexander Method® of Vibrational Sound & Energy Therapy

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Vibrational Transformations: Susan Fyfe, In Her Own Words

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It’s amazing how the people who were important to you when you were a teen can come back into your life years later.

Susan Fyfe and I went to high school together here in Nazareth, PA. We drifted apart once school ended and we moved away. Just a few years ago, we reconnected on Facebook when she was searching for new healing modalities. She enrolled in my online summer pilot program and, unsurprising to me, was the very first student to test for their final certification. She is an incredible person whose passion for healing truly reflects what the Alexander Method is all about. Here is her story in her words!

I just wanted to share how transformation it’s been for my friends and me since I became certified in the Alexander Method of Vibrational Sound and Energy Therapy in late June of 2018.

I have always been drawn to the healing arts and have been a Reiki Master/Teacher for a few years now. When I first reconnected with Lisa and heard about The Alexander Method, I intuitively knew that I had to learn this method, despite having zero experience with it.

Since becoming certified, I have treated about 20 people, many of them multiple times. The worst review I’ve gotten so far was “That was nice. I feel good!” That was, of course, from my 24-year old son (Gah, it so tough to impress your kids, am I right?!) Others, however, had transformative experiences. Everyone leaves the treatment with a feeling of peace and calm that they say feels wonderful. Some people have very spiritual experiences on the table such as meeting their guides. I’ve even had two people leave their bodies during treatment!

Three experiences have really stuck with me.

It’s truly incredible when I witness a severe Chakra blockage open right up in front of me. I once treated a man that had been trying to leave his wife for years (and, believe me, he needed to), but his throat Chakra was dead. He came to me looking for help. Only four days after the treatment, he finally had “the talk” with her. I can still remember feeling him physically vibrate when we hugged goodbye.

Another powerful experience I’ve had recently was treating a teenage runaway. She came to me with some major blockages, to say the least. She agreed to the treatment, although a little reluctantly. I imagine living her circumstances would make it a little difficult to trust anyone. After the treatment, she told me it very relaxing and left. I thought that was it. But then, I received an unexpected call from her mother. She reported to me that her daughter returned home. It was like she had her old child back! I got goosebumps writing this!

Finally, I once treated a close friend who had an extreme anxiety problem. It was impacting every aspect of her life, including her relationship with her husband. After only two treatments, it was like she was a whole new person! She even told me that her sex life was renewed, making her connection with her husband stronger than ever. Believe it or not, she just texted me while I was writing this asking for her fourth treatment!

Funny enough, I never received my own treatment until after I became certified. All I can say is WOW! The level 3 tuning I received was like nothing I have ever experienced in all my years in the spiritual arts. I can’t wait to get to that level. That experience only strengthened my belief that the Alexander Method can bring about a tremendous transformation.

I LOVE doing this work and can’t wait to treat the next person on my table. It’s so exciting and rewarding being able to help people with so little effort! I do believe that it’s the proper intention, along with Lisa’s techniques, that makes it so effective. I can’t wait to receive further training!

I feel that every session I give, someone is expanding my psychic abilities, allowing me to help more people by understanding exactly where they are coming from. I wish I could be doing this full-time, but I am currently single and have a demanding job as an Engineer. So I will just spend whatever free time I can muster doing this.

I am located in the Virginia Beach, VA area and would be happy to give anyone a discounted treatment if they would like to try. I hope to be Lisa’s ambassador for this healing modality in the years to come and look forward to eventually being able to teach others. I want to this as my full-time business.

If you are considering getting a treatment for the first time, follow the spirit of Nike and JUST DO IT! If you are considering becoming a practitioner, you will be opening up amazing doors for yourself, your family, and your friends, plus helping to raise the vibration of the planet! Believe me, it’s worth every penny and every minute spent!

Love and light to all!
Susan Fyfe

When I first read that letter, I absolutely melted. I am so glad that the Alexander Method has made such a difference in her life. If you would like to learn a bit more about the Alexander Method just like Susan did, I invite you to take one of my online classes. You can find more here! Our next online class starts on November 15th, so please hurry so we have time to set up your payment plan and get your materials and forks out to you! But don’t worry, I have live and online classes starting in January too! I can’t wait to start teaching!

How Music Therapy Can Help During Addiction Recovery

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Guest Blog by Michelle Peterson

How Music Therapy Can Help During Addiction Recovery

Music and art can do so many wonderful things; they bring people together, they expand horizons, and they can help heal after a loss, during a hard time, or during a period of recovery from drugs and alcohol. That’s why they’ve been utilized in various therapies over the years by doctors and counselors, and it’s why so many individuals turn to creativity when they need to heal.

Music, in particular, can help bring about positive growth physically, spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and socially. It can cross boundaries and help you find the best ways to be comfortable with yourself, as well as help you feel better. Research has shown in recent years that music therapy can help increase motivation during treatment as well as act as an emotional outlet. It can help you learn to express yourself even if that has traditionally been difficult, which may mean a quicker move toward recovery.

Read on for the best ways music therapy can help you get through addiction recovery.

Get social

One of the best things about incorporating music into your recovery is that it can help you get social, which isn’t always easy when you’re moving toward a sober lifestyle. Learning to play an instrument, for instance, can help you find like-minded friends and form bonds with people who will support you. Do some research online to find a nearby class, or head to a local coffee shop and strike up a conversation with the musicians who perform there. Making new friends is a big part of recovery and can help you make the transition more smoothly.

Get active

Staying active during recovery is essential, not just for your body, but for your mind. Exercise can help boost your self-confidence and release stress and anxiety as well as keep you fit, and all of those things are great ways to help stay on course with recovery. Playing music during your workout will help keep you motivated and will give you something to look forward to even when you’re tired after a long day.

Try something new

It can be easy to get stuck into old habits, but it’s important to break out of those when you’re in recovery. It’s essential for your wellbeing to try new things that make you feel good in a healthy way; having more outlets for your stress and anxiety is always a good thing. Taking up an instrument can help you get creative and focused; try a woodwind--such as a clarinet or saxophone--since they have such a variety of sound.

Boost your memory

Some of the issues that often accompany addiction recovery--depression, stress, anxiety, and even memory and concentration problems--can be alleviated by music therapy. Listening to classical music, for instance, has been shown in studies to relieve stress and improve concentration and focus, while putting on a song you love can help boost your mood.

Find something new to love

Having a hobby and being passionate about something can help boost your self-esteem and give you something to look forward to. It can keep you motivated even on the bad days, and it can help you express yourself in new creative ways. Choose an instrument that you really enjoy playing, or take a class that will help you explore your talents. You never know what you’ll find.

Music therapy can be hugely beneficial during addiction recovery in many ways, but you have to make sure to choose the right path for you. Whether it’s singing, playing an instrument, or just enjoying a good song, you can put it to work for you in the best way.