Introduction to the Alexander technique: Workshop and follow-up lesson
Date & Time:21st January 2017, 10am - 12.30pm
Cost:Earlybird £40 ends 6th Jan / Late booking £50 / Teens £35
13 Aden Grove
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F M Alexander's Birthday - 20th January 1869
Let's celebrate by throwing out the old and bringing in the new! Workshop fee includes one private follow-up lesson to be taken within the month.
Children 14+ are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
Find out how Alexander lessons can help you be more comfortable in your body, manage stress and enhance the quality of your life. Let go of old habits and explore new ways of being for the New Year, so you move more freely and easily.
- Discussion and demonstrations - find out how learning Alexander technique (AT) can help you throughout your life.
- Hands-on work - so you can gain a sense of how AT teachers guide your movements and help you to let go of habits that don't serve you.
- Gentle experiential games - designed to help you develop an awareness of your habits of body-use and offering you ways to change them.
- Meet and learn from others who are interested in the technique.
- AT books to browse and buy.
Small group - special offer earlybird fee of £40 for workshop and 1:1 lesson (ends 6th Jan). Teens £35.
This lesson allows you to have individual attention and more hands-on work. In order to get the most out of this lesson, it is best taken within two weeks of the workshop - bring your diary!
Gift vouchers are available.
"I first met Hilary when I attended a one day course on the Alexander technique, at the Mary Ward Centre. Finding that the Technique suited me, I continued to visit Hilary on a regular basis. Practising the technique has helped me in many ways: I am generally more relaxed, aware of bad habits and conscious of making improvements. Perhaps the most impressive effect, has been that I can now manage my sciatica, once very severe, now hardly ever perceptible." Monica
About the host
Hilary qualified as an Alexander teacher in 1987 and teaches in Stoke Newington N16. Hilary is a member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander technique, STAT, is registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, CNHC, with BackCare and with the British Performing Arts Medical Association, BAPAM.