Alexander Technique Lessons
The purpose of Alexander Technique Lessons is to un-learn your bad habits, so that your natural good use can be re-established, and as everyone’s habits are different, it requires one to one work with a teacher.
This awareness enables you to change long-standing habits and function more efficiently. In time and with practice you will be able to use your new understanding and skill in more complex and demanding activities and situations in your daily life. In time you will be able to bring awareness and poise to all your daily activities.
When you come to an Alexander Technique lesson you will need to wear loose comfortable clothing, and ladies should wear trousers rather than skirts or dresses.
Alexander Lessons consist of verbal instructions, and carrying out simple movements with hands-on guidance. You will later be able to apply the lessons to specialist activities such as singing or playing a musical instrument.
Cost of Alexander Lessons
The cost is currently £40.00 for a one hour lesson, and £45.00 for an introductory lesson.
Experienced pupils can have a 40 minute lesson which costs £35
Please note that Alexander teachers, although highly trained, are not medical advisors and do not make medical diagnoses We were both trained on a three year course approved by The Society of Teachers of The Alexander Technique (STAT), the professional body that regulates the teaching of the Alexander Technique and training of Alexander Teachers. If you would like to know more, click on the link here STAT
Lessons can improve flexibility and agility. Here is a man in his sixties squatting comfortably with feet flat on the ground with a straight back.
Alexander Lessons in Somerset
The area covered by our practice includes Aller, Axeminster, Bridgewater, Bridport, Bristol, Bruton, Castle Cary, Chard, Crewkerne, Dorset, England, Glastonbury, Ilminster, Hatch Beauchamp, Langport, Martock, Sherbourne, Somerset, Somerton, Sparkford, Street, Taunton, UK, Wells, Wellington, Wincanton, Yeovil, South Petherton and most villages in South Somerset.
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