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The Alexander Technique
* Balance your Mind* Balance your Body

The Alexander Technique can help you in a natural way with:

* letting go of excess muscle tension and stiffness
* improving posture related pain
* breathing and speaking more easily
* rehabilitation after surgery, injury or illness
* provide coping skills with disabilities and chronic illness.
The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) have released this video for the
2016 International Alexander Awareness Week (IAAW) 10 to 16 October


We are ALL born and spend much of our adolescence with the core values of the Alexander Technique embedded in our everyday life. Unfortunately, as we get older and bad habits emerge, we lose this instinctively vital knowledge of how to use our bodies effectively.

Learning is simple

You learn the Alexander Technique through one-to-one lessons with a qualified teacher who addresses your individual needs. Learning the Technique involves changing long-standing habits. Improvement relies on your active participation. The Technique involves no specific exercises, requires no special equipment and can be practised wherever you are. Gentle hands-on guidance and verbal explanation are used to help you find ease and balance within yourself in everyday activities such as sitting, standing, walking or bending. It is suitable for people of all ages and levels of physical fitness, and anyone can benefit. The number of lessons you take will be discussed and depends on your particular needs and goals. Ideally Alexander lessons are taken once a week and after a short period, become slightly more spread out.

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