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I am an Alexander Technique Teacher based in Blackheath, London.  I trained with Brita Forsstrom and Kamal Thapen at CityATS .  I would like to help people move and breathe with less effort, improve posture, be more focused, cope with stress better and be calmer and more confident.

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My Story

I had my first Alexander Technique lesson when I was a music student.  My violin teacher sent me for Alexander lessons to overcome the excessive tension which I used when playing. After one lesson my bowing became much freer and my tone improved dramatically.  Since then I have found that Alexander Technique has helped me to access more and more challenging repertoire, by quietening my nervous system, improving my co-ordination and counteracting the self-doubts about whether I can play the more difficult passages.I remember someone once saying 'If it doesn't feel yummy, don't do it'.   Playing music instruments, cycling, running, tennis, walking and all everyday tasks should feel 'yummy', i.e. enjoyable and easy.  If it doesn't, then we are probably using an inappropriate amount of tension or playing in an unbalanced way which which affects our co-ordination and makes us work in an inefficient way.I trained as an Alexander Technique teacher at CityATS with Brita Forsstrom and Kamal Thapen.  I am a member of STAT (Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique) and CNHC.  I am also the STAT representative for the Integrated Healthcare Co-operative (IHC).



If you would like to discuss the possibility of having a session, please email or phone me.


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