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25th July 2017 
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The Alexander Technique in Oakwood & Southgate, North London

Alexander Technique teaches people of any age (I teach children of 3 and above to wonderful older people in their 90s!) the skills to deal with many of life's challenges. With children it is a fun part of their mind- body education (click here to see a short film inc. my work with children) with adults it can be seen as a re-education. It provides skills for life!
So try some new ways to beocome less tense and more poised this summer, Book an Introductory consultation and lesson for 40.

Do you suffer with:

  • Anxiety and/or panic attacks
  • Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
  • Back pain or neck problems
  • Headaches
  • problems with balance
  • Repetative injuries.

    Do you want to:
  • Rehabilitate after an operation, injury or illness
  • Be more confident giving presentations
  • be more focused with less strain
  • be more mindful
  • Reduce stress and 'performance' anxiety.

    With the Alexander Technique you will learn to:
  • Release harmful tension to prevent wear and tear on your body
  • Rediscover the natural ease, poise, support and freedom of movement you had when a child
  • Be more aware of yourself physically, mentally and emotionally - to learn to move more mindfully through life.

    '97% of people with back pain could benefit by learning the Alexander Technique'. Jack Stern - Spinal Neurosurgeon.

  • Exciting News - Alexander Technique was on the telly!

    Alexander Technique was on BBC1's 'Doctor in the House' series on May 15th.

    It showed how a paralympic athlete, ice hockey player, was helped to improve serious shoulder problems. Alexander Technique helped reduced the strain and wear and tear on his shoulders. It improved his posture, the way he used his body and his sports performance. The programme is available to watch for the next 29 days on iplayer. Chick here to watch the episode.

    When I emailed my students about this programme one replied "Yes I saw the programme and completely agree that it makes a difference. Even though I have not had a session for ages I still remember how to sit and get up, especially out of bed and it has really helped thanks to you"


    I am an Alexander Technique teacher based in the Oakwood/ Southgate area mainly, but I am happy to give workshops and group classes in other areas of North London and Enfield and further afield.
    My main place of work is just a 10 min walk from Oakwood Tube station, which is on the Piccadilly Line. There is also easy parking available for those that drive (there are no parking restrictions).

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