Can I learn Alexander Technique online?
Yes. You can join me online via Zoom for introductory or ongoing lessons.
Are you teaching face to face again now?
Yes. I welcome enquiries. I have had both Covid vaccinations and self-test weekly. Please note I am teaching one to one only for the time
being, no groups to avoid unnecessary risk.
What is the Alexander Technique?
A long-established method for changing postural hasbits. Qualified teachers use light touch and verbal instruction to help students learn how to improve balance,
breathe better and be calmer. Well known for helping with back and neck pain, and a favourite with performers of all varieties.
How much do your lessons cost?
These costs apply to online and in person lessons.
Introductory lesson: 1 hr £60
Solo class: 45 mins £35, 1 hr £45
Schools, colleges and community: £60 per hour
Corporate: by arrangement with organisation
Where do you teach?
I currently teach from Redhill, Oldswinford.
Peripatetic - schools and companies.
How do I book a lesson?
e mail: email@example.com
phone: 07879 865940
contact us page of this website
How long is a ball of string?
Is the correct answer to how many lessons do I need. Some pupils come for 5 sessions and have got what they came for, most take between 20-30 lessons, while others make
the Alexander Technique their 'way of life', taking occasional lessons to develop their use of the A.T. through the years.
I have a medical condition. Is it ok to take Alexander lessons?
Yes. Always check with your doctor or relevant health professional if you have any concerns before or during a course of Alexander Technique lessons.
The Technique is EDUCATIONAL and can be practiced in tandem with treatment regimes.
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothes, trousers preferable to a skirt.
What are your qualifications?
I was trained, qualified by and am a member of STAT, the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique. STAT is the oldest professional association for A.T. Teachers in the UK. As a registered
member I abide by the code of conduct and undertake continuing professional development (CPD).
I hold insurance through STAT, and have enhanced DBS certificates.
In 2014 I passed the ITLLS course (Intro to teaching in the lifelong learning sector) at Wolverhampton University. During 2020-21 I undertook a PGCE to extend my teaching skills, and
have been awarded a degree in post-compulsory education and training from Birmingham City University.
In 2015 I successfully completed 'The Performing Self': a 10 week course for Alexander teachers working with music, dance and theatre students run by Rose Bruford College.
I hold a BA degree in English Language and Literature from Durham University, and an MA from Clark (USA).