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Find an Alexander Technique teacher in Melbourne here. General Alexander Technique lessons for everyone, plus specialist services for musicians. Learn to maintain health and optimise performance. improve posture, manage neck pain, back pain or RSI. Re-discover ease and wellbeing in daily life. Explore Alexander Technique resources and read articles on practice or learning. Find out what Alexander Technique is. Jeremy Woolhouse is an Alexander Technique teacher in Glen Iris, Melbourne, Australia.
Alexander Technique in Melbourne, Australia
General Alexander Technique lessons for everyone, plus specialist services for musicians,
RSI, posture re-education, neck and back pain, and chronic pain management.
Alexander Technique Lessons in Glen Iris, Melbourne
Private lessons from $62. View rates.
Welcome to Alexander Technique Discount Lesson Pack
available to first time students in April 2019
3 x 60 min @ $199
Jeremy Woolhouse - Alexander Technique Teacher and Pianist, Melbourne, Australia
Jeremy Woolhouse is a pianist, composer, and teacher of Alexander Technique practising in Melbourne, Australia. He has been using the Technique as a professional performer and piano teacher since 1998.
A music graduate of the VCA, Jeremy went on to complete a four year intensive teacher training at the School of FM Alexander Studies. He has maintained a private Alexander teaching practice in Melbourne since 2006.
Jeremy is experienced in applying Alexander Technique to a range of conditions and professional applications. He has particular expertise in working with musicians and performing artists, and interest in issues such as RSI, back pain and neck pain. He is keen on his students achieving independence, sustained wellbeing and inspired performance. Jeremy’s lessons are a structured explorational approach, both progressive and fun!
Jeremy is registered with the Australian Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (AUSTAT), Alexander Technique International (ATI) and Alexander Technique Education (ATE) as a fully qualified teacher of Alexander Technique. He is also a member of The Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH) and the Victorian Music Teacher’s Association (VMTA).
Jeremy is currently serving as Chair of the AUSTAT committee.