• 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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From Daska’s blog

  • Bodies Cannot Lie

        Trauma is primarily physiological, it’s something that happens to our bodies first, and then its effects spread to our mind, emotions, spirits. As we resolve our traumas we discover missing parts of our beings, those that make us feel whole and complete.  Peter Levine; Walking the tiger : Healing Trauma   What is interesting