ONLINE Alexander Technique Lessons
I am teaching online during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Teaching online empowers students to take charge of their Alexander learning by applying it to everyday activities between lessons, building embodied awareness and Alexander self-care tools. Teaching online may not have the therapeutic hands-on experience that is part of face-to-face lessons, but it is a very useful way to learn the technique .
I teach 1-2-1 connecting with students not just from my local practice, but internationally, that's the advance of teaching online! If you would like to find out more about my online lessons contact me for more information and/or to book a FREE 30 mins TASTER SESSION to see how it can work for you. Click here for more details.
I send all my best wishes and hope everyone stays safe and well during these unusual times.
The Alexander Technique - Teaching Mind-Body Self-Care Skills in Oakwood & Southgate, North London
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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.
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).
Breath and Ease - Part 3 - Breathing and Emotional Wellbeing
The number of articles on this subject has exploded in recent years and many different modalities use breath as a way to improve mental wellbeing and create bodily ease. Scientific evidence has elucidated the body/mind feedback loop. We have a better understanding, biologically and neurologically of the reasons why many of the ancient practices such as medication, yoga and Tai Chi used breath focused activities to enhance wellbeing. These studies bring a clearer comprehension and appreciation of the body/mind connection and to why it helps to bring attention to the body and breath to improve mental ease.
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