If the answer is yes to any of these, you have come to the right place. The Alexander Technique may help you restore a sense of natural ease, calm and poise. Please read on to find out what the Alexander Technique can offer and whether you feel you may benefit. If you would like more information about learning the Technique with me, please look at this page.
The Alexander Technique is a way of learning how to release long-standing habitual patterns of muscular tension that, over time, cause pain, discomfort or a general sense that we could be functioning better in our everyday lives.
Lessons in the Alexander Technique teach us how to 'undo' these patterns of tension by becoming aware of our habits. We learn how these habits are interfering with our natural state of ease, comfort and well-being. Once we become aware of them, we can choose whether to react in our habitual way to stimuli, which may have caused us pain or discomfort, or we can learn how to stop reacting in the old habitual way and choose to respond differently, which has profound and beneficial effects on all areas of our lives.
The Alexander Technique is a learned skill that can be of benefit to everyone and in all areas of life. Some of the benefits include:
People of all ages can benefit from learning and applying the Alexander Technique. The youngest person I have taught is 16 and the oldest is 93.
If it sounds like the Alexander Technique might help you, take a look at what happens in a typical lesson.
"97% of people with back pain could benefit by learning the Alexander Technique – it is only a very small minority of back pain sufferers that require medical intervention such as surgery."
Jack Stern, spinal neurosurgeon
If you would like more information or would like to book a lesson, call me on 01905 864354 or send me a message.
I currently teach on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 Seymour Avenue in Worcester and on
Thursday mornings at The Centre for Wellbeing in Malvern.
Please see this page for more details.
I am a fully qualified teaching member of ATI (Alexander Technique International).
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