Esther Miltiadous BSc Hons, MSc, MSTAT Alexander Technique for Oakwood and Enfield

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The Alexander Technique - Teaching Mind-Body Self-Care Skills in Oakwood & Southgate, North London

Do you suffer with:

  • Anxiety or panic attacks
  • Back and shoulder pain or neck problems
  • Headaches
  • Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
  • Problems with balance
  • Reoccurring injuries

    Do you want to:
  • Improve your posture.
  • Reduce stress and anxiety.
  • Be more confident giving presentations.
  • Rehabilitate after an operation, injury or illness.
  • Be more focused.
  • Be more mindful.

    With an Alexander Technique teacher 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.

    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, undoing inefficient habits and learning more useful ones. It provides skills for life!

    So try some new ways to become less tense and more poised. Book your first consultation and lesson today, I will be happy to answer any of your questions and book you in.

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

  • Location

    I am a London based Alexander Technique teacher working mainly in the Oakwood/ Southgate area, but I am happy to give workshops, talks and group classes in other areas of North London, Enfield, Hertfordshire 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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    14 - 20 October

    This year our theme is 'Where's your head at?'

    War veteran, Richard Marsden, speaks out to help others understand ‘Where’s your head at?’ He is a Falklands veteran who suffers from PTSD and has joined forces with the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) to help people learn about the connection between mental and physical health. click here to read more about his story .

    During this week I am offering discounted first lessons (£30 instead of the usual £40). Email or call to book you lesson, and see how the Alexander Technique can help you.

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    Come and meet me and have a chat about how AT can help you at the Enfield Wellbeing Showcase.

    £5 entry, door proceeds go to Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice.

    PLUS - I will be taking and interactive talk/ workshop at 2:45pm for 45mins entitled LEARN TO UNWIND AND DE-STRESS WITH THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE.
    So you can come and experience a little of what it’s all about, and bring a little poise and calm to a Saturday afternoon.

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    New Blog for July

    Hypermobility and the Alexander Technique
    To read my blog click here..

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    Podcast Inteview with me!

    The Podcast is on ‘Body Learning: The Alexander Technique’ a great podcast series on all different aspects of the Alexander Technique. There are many different interviews with Alexander Technique teachers. This interview is called Applying Alexander Technique Principles in an Early Childhood Education Setting. Its about some of the work I do as an Alexander teacher with kindergarten and primary age children. Click here to listen. I also have two other podcasts about teaching children on 'Body Learning'.

    Working with Esther on the Alexander Technique has completely revolutionised the way I move and view my body. By working with Esther, I now have cultivated some excellent habits which will no doubt aid me in the future. Having joint hypermobility puts me at high risk of injury and bad posture, but by learning about the Alexander technique, I am now on the path to breaking this cycle. Esther worked in conjunction with my physiotherapy treatment to aid my recovery after injury and prevent future incidences. Victoria Cansfield, Actor

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