The Alexander Technique can help you deal with postural bad habits, patterns of excessive muscle tension and stress to help you find an easier, freer and less injury prone way of working both at your occupation and leisure time.
Most people who practice the Alexander Technique report an improvement in balance, breathing and wellbeing.
The Alexander Technique is used most commonly in two areas; management of musculoskeletal conditions and in the performing arts.
Recent studies on chronic lower back and neck pain have shown that the Alexander Technique can lead to statistically significant and clinically meaningful reductions in pain and associated disability. (See the FAQ’s section for more details)
As Alexander Technique teachers, we help the pupil recognise, and then prevent, patterns of pain –producing movements, postures and reactions.
The Alexander Technique can help performers become aware of, and then prevent, unwanted postural, movement, breathing and vocal habits that interfere with both practice and performance.
Actors and musicians gain invaluable assistance from the Alexander Technique and this is shown with the links between the Alexander Technique and the Royal College of Music from the 1950’s to the present day.