The Alexander Technique is a practical method of self-help, developed by Frederick Matthias Alexander (1869 -1955), which you can learn to use for your health and well-being.
It can help you prevent and alleviate conditions associated with stress, tension and poor posture, e.g. muscle, joint and back pains. The Technique can aid rehabilitation after illness, injury or surgery and it can provide coping skills for chronic conditions. Pregnant mothers, performers and athletes learn it - anyone can benefit, including many famous people.
Discover how the Alexander Technique can help you approach everyday activities in a less strained and stressful way. You can learn to stop habitual patterns of pain, tension and general 'mis-use', improve your poise and performance, and increase your sense of well being.
The Alexander Technique is taught in music and drama colleges and is widely used in other areas of performance, such as dance. For more information, read my brief Introduction to the Alexander Technique.
I have provided information on my current lesson structure for your information. I also provide regular introductory Alexander Technique workshops. If you would like to know more about my London based lessons you can read testimonials from past and present pupils.
I teach in Stoke Newington, London N16, UK. If you wish to enquire about booking a lesson, please complete this brief enquiry form. You can also telephone me between 8.30am and 8.30pm, weekdays on 020 7254 9206. At other times you may leave a message.