• It is well established that the way in which we use our bodies and minds affects how we function.
  • The quality of our thoughts and feelings affects the quality of our actions.
  • By addressing tensions through the body rather than the mind you can begin to bypass your familiar mental barriers.
  • It is not a series of treatments or exercises, rather it is a re-education of the mind and body.
  • With time you discover the freedom to begin to think and act in a new way.
  • You can start to retrain your body into becoming more co-ordinated, more flexible and more appropriately responsive – literally more intelligent.

What is The Alexander Technique?

The Alexander Technique teaches us to become aware of how we use our minds and our bodies in daily activity. Through a series of lessons we begin to recognize and prevent habits of tension in our everyday lives.  It is a simple and practical way in which to improve ease and freedom of movement, balance, support and coordination.

What Happens During an Alexander Technique Lesson

During a lesson, simple everyday movements such as sitting, standing, walking, working at a desk and bending are explored. As part of the lesson involves “tablework”, women may find it easier to wear loose comfortable trousers.

I use a combination of verbal instructions and gentle hands-on guidance to help you to become more aware of your body, to create a new awareness and a more fluid way of moving.

  • Alexander Technique in London

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