Alexander Technique teaches you to use your entire body more efficiently, from your backbone to your big toe.
While Alexander Technique is often used to manage back and neck pain, it’s not a passive treatment like physio, chiro or massage.
Alexander Technique is a skill you can employ to sit, move, work and play with greater ease and coordination.
Teachers use words and manual guidance to give you a deeper awareness of how you use your body and mind in daily activity.
Benefits may be apparent after a single lesson, however more profound skill might take 10 to 30 sessions to master.
Who uses Alexander Technique:
Alexander Technique can aid both pain sufferers and those who simply wish to enhance their performance.
Headache, back and neck pain related to stress or injury respond well. So do RSI, mobility and voice problems and conditions such as arthritis and asthma.
Alexander Technique has also assisted sufferers of degenerative disorders like MS and Parkinson’s.
Sports people and performing artists, both professional and recreational, can use it to improve their balance, poise and skill.
The founder of The Technique:
F.M. Alexander (1869 – 1955) was an Australian actor who developed unique techniques to overcome a career-threatening voice loss.
The consistent and dramatic improvement in the performance and health of students using his technique earned him international acclaim. Most popular in the UK and USA, his work is taught in over 40 countries and is compulsory in leading performing arts institutions.