I had nothing especially wrong before starting Alexander Technique lessons, except perhaps a vague awareness that my posture wasn’t good.
From my first lesson I was hooked, immediately feeling the beneficial effects of ease and lightness. From my second lesson I decided that I wanted to become a teacher. It was both the practical and mental challenge of putting across a very unique concept of how to improve posture, movement and general co-ordination that really appealed to me.
Having worked for many years in an office-based job, I have a very good understanding of the problems of too much time spent sitting in front of a computer!
I also enjoy walking/hiking, swimming, yoga and cycling – all of which are immeasurably more enjoyable due to my application of the Alexander Technique.
What I particularly like about the Alexander Technique is the fact that this is a small set of practical skills that you can apply to absolutely anything and everything you do. It’s yours to own and use every day of your life.
I very much look forward to helping you to discover it for yourself.
Registered Member of The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (MSTAT)
Enhanced DBS status (formerly CRB)
for working with vulnerable adults and children