The Alexander Technique in Oakwood & Southgate, North London
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I am featured in Woman's Weekly
In the magazine's June 21st Issue, Health Choices page I give an interview on what lead me into the Alexander Technique, what its about, how I work as an Alexander Technique teacher and what a lesson might be like.
To Stand or Sit at work?
Now a days there is often confusion about how best to look after your health and wellbeing at work. Sitting down and standing up both have advantages, practical and health wise. The best health advise I have is to learn to sit and stand with ease so as not to put undue stress and tension on your body. For my Top Tips on how to sit and stand with ease and poise click here or explore this with a introductory one to one lesson.
Only Adults get bad backs? Meet the children crippled by modern life.
This article, published on the 24th March 2016, in The Daily Mail explains how the Alexander Technique helps in combating the stresses and strains of modern life on our children. One mother thinks the Alexander Technique should be on the curriculum! This is a subject I feel passionately about and as a result I teach Alexander skills to both primary and secondary age children in schools. To see more about Alexander work in schools click here, to read the Daily Mail article click here
Manage your Stress Effectively with the Alexander Technique
Lying in the semi-supine position for just 10 mins a day is the most effective way to de-stress. All you need is a floor and a few paper back books! Click here for instructions, top tips and a short video that explains all.
The ideal condition would be, I admit, that man should be right by instinct; but since we are all too likely to go astray, the reasonable thing is to learn from those who can teach. Sophocles, Antigone
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.
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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