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Practice of Jeremy Woolhouse, pianist and Alexander Technique Teacher in Melbourne, Australia

Specialist in working with musicians, RSI, posture re-education, neck, back and chronic pain management. 

What is Alexander Technique?  Video

Articles on Alexander Technique in life - by Jeremy Woolhouse

Monthly blog articles by Jeremy Woolhouse.  Alexander Technique for daily life, music performance, specialised activities, pain relief and management.

What is Alexander Technique? Video

Jeremy Woolhouse

Alexander Technique is: a skill, a practice, an art, unique.

Alexander Technique has long been associated with improving posture and breathing. It goes far beyond that.

Alexander Technique is a skill.

It aims for sustained ease, efficiency and improved performance - at work, in play and in daily life.

You can use Alexander Technique to manage pain symptoms, and the underlying causes.

It has been used to support recovery from injury and a variety of health issues.

Alexander teachers are educating people, training them to use themselves well.

Alexander Technique is a practice.

Alexander Technique stimulates the spontaneous, natural coordination we see in children.

t addresses habits of posture, thought and movement, optimising personal performance.

The practice is based on principles described by FM Alexander over 100 years ago.

Alexander Technique is an art.

In any discipline or vocation, artistry is associated with a quality of grace, poise, and ease.

Alexander Technique helps you access artistry in music, sports, work - anything you choose.

Alexander Technique is unique.

The best way to understand Alexander Technique is to experience it for yourself. Alexander Technique is there to help you improve the quality of your life.

Created by Jeremy Woolhouse
Music copyright Jeremy Woolhouse
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