Welcome to Harmonic Motion – Alexander Technique


Term 1 2024 till Easter

7 weeks – 2-hour classes.

Mondays 10.00am to noon. Commencing 12th February to Monday 25th March

Tuesdays 6.00pm to 8.00pm. Commencing 13th February to Tuesday 26th March.


7-week bloc: $210.00 or $140.00 concession

Individual class $35.00per class or $25.00 concession

Maximum of 6 participants

Venue: Penny’s house is lower Sandy Bay

Croup Classes are a great way to learn the technique. It is a 2-hour class, so we can explore so much more. You also get the value of learning from each other, as we get to witness each other’s learning moments. Each class will have some individual time where you can work on what you want, for example explore some text, play a musical instrument, address back pain, practice public speaking, how you sit at your computer or pull a weed from the garden. Most importantly they are always fun.

Please book by email Penny@harmonicmotion.com.au

Movement with ease.

Penny McDonald teaches the The Alexander Technique  to people of all ages and backgrounds who wish to find ease of movement. She works to help you cooperate with the design of the body, to free up your breathing and to help you find a way of being gentle and kind to yourself.

It’s all about finding a useful way of inviting the body to work more efficiently.

Penny also provides specialised training in the Alexander Technique for actors, musicians, dancers and performers. The focus here is on finding connection through yourself, to better connect to the audience. All while having fun.

Penny runs group classes in the Alexander Technique at many major acting studios and music schools. You can book her to visit workshops or rehearsals, or you can visit Penny at her studio for a private lesson or to join weekly group classes in term time.







We acknowledge the traditional and original owners of the land on which we live, work and play the  muwininina people of nipaluna/Hobart, and all palawa peoples of lutruwita/Tasmania. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and thank them for their custodianship of this unceded land.