The Alexander Technique

Angelique Swallow
Registered Member of:
Angelique Swallow MSTAT  

Education, Workplace the arts, sport

The Alexander Technique will teach you how to sit, stand, walk and talk with ease. It will help you to avoid unnecessary muscular tension and strains in all your daily activities. It will teach you how to free yourself from the undesirable reactions to the challenging stimuli in life, so that you can once again experience the freedom of movement and thinking nature intended.

With the help & guidance of an Alexander Teacher you will learn how to recognise and change the harmful habits that can contribute towards:

- Back and neck paint
- Muscle tension and stiffness
- Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
- Breathing and vocal problems
- Anxiety and stress related conditions

The Alexander Technique has been endorsed by doctors, scientists and medical researchers. 97% of people with back pain could benefit by learning the Alexander Technique. Jack Stern - Spinal Neurosurgeon.

The latest and most comprehensive study published showed the Alexander Technique can reduce back pain by a staggering 85%, offering significant long-term benefit. British Medical Journal.

Learn the Alexander Technique to enjoy greater ease of movement, optimum balance and improved coordination, by releasing unnecessary muscular tension. Give yourself a powerful tool to:

- Feel lighter and stronger
- Sit, stand and walk with ease
- Improve presentation & performance skills
- Promote better long term health
- Facilitate recovery from injuries and surgery

Practising the Technique involves no specific exercises, requires no special equipment and can be practised wherever you are and no matter what you are doing. Many world-renowned performers, athletes and artists are enthusiastic supporters and practitioners of the Technique:

The Alexander Technique works... I recommend it enthusiastically to anyone who has neck pains or back pain - Roald Dahl.

In the hands of a good teacher, the Technique is invaluable to anyone who seeks to maintain healthy physical posture and alignment - Ralph Fiennes.

Workplace Education sport The Arts