Hypermobility & the Alexander Technique


Our mission is to offer accessible programming that focuses on improving the quality of life for people with hypermobility caused by EDS/HSD and other connective tissue disorders. We are dedicated to creating an environment where the whole person is at the center of their learning. Classes and lessons are taught in a way that allows students to work at their own pace in accordance with changes in symptoms and movement ability. Through personal experience, we recognize that living with EDS/HSD and other forms of hypermobility is unpredictable and challenging, and hope to offer information that students can take with them into their everyday life. As a part of this mission, we aim to advance the Alexander Technique by increasing awareness of EDS/HSD, and train AT teachers how to safely work with people with hypermobility. By working with people with EDS/HSD, AT teachers, and medical professionals, our intent is to create a community that wholly supports those living with EDS/HSD.

who we are

Integrating Instability is a group of Alexander Technique (AT) practitioners who are dedicated to providing Adaptive AT lessons and classes for those with Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS), Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders (HSD), and other causes of hypermobility. We focus on re-educating the body through a gentle practice that increases awareness, helps students manage the symptoms of their condition, and provides strategies for application in everyday life. Integrating Instability core staff have EDS/HSD and are committed to providing accessible introductory programming for those who do not know about our work.