Finding out more about the Alexander Technique
Here are some of the benefits – it’s not just for actors – it’s for all of us.
There are several ways you can start to find out more about the Alexander technique.
A ONE-TO-ONE SESSION
This will give you plenty of individual time to learn and experience how the technique may be able to help you. There will be practical work relating to your individual needs and Caroline will explain the main principles of the work.
At the end of your introductory session, you will have enough information to decide if you want to continue with further classes.
“Caroline’s approach is both reassuring and informative and I would recommend her classes to anyone wishing to learn more about this essential framework for mind and body”. MV Director
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A SHORT INTRODUCTORY COURSE
Introductory courses usually run once a week for 4 weeks. This can be a great way to start learning the technique.
Courses are run in North London and you get the chance to meet and interact with a group of like-minded people.
The course includes the history of the technique, the main principles of the work and plenty of discussion, reflection and practical work.
At the end of the course you will have a deeper understanding of how applying the technique to your daily life may benefit you.
Many people learn the technique to help with postural changes, improve back pain and ease neck and shoulder tension.
A follow-up course of individual classes is usually recommended to enable you to start applying the work on your own.
“After completing the course of 4 group lessons, I cannot recommend Caroline as a teacher highly enough. There was a mix of people on the course, and she prompted some thought-provoking and stimulating discussion. This was balanced with practical work.”CP
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A ONE-DAY WORKSHOP
Join a one-day workshop to find out more about the work. The day is fun, informative and experiential.
You will learn the history of the technique and how applying it to your life can improve posture, relieve back pain and ease tension from shoulders and neck. It can become a positive tool for many areas of you life.
Everyone is included and there is plenty of discussion and interaction. Caroline ensures that each person has some individual time during the day.
There are usually a maximum of 6 people, so it is also a sociable day.