Belinda May

Stoney Batch
Street End Lane
North Somerset
BS40 7TW

01761 463385

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Stoney Batch
Street End Lane
North Somerset
BS40 7TW

01761 463385

About me

The Alexander Technique is a method of self help and re-education addressing problems relating to poor posture and muscular-skeletal imbalances. Pain and restricted movement, balance, breathing and stress related symptoms are all areas I work with.

I use gentle guidance, with my hands, and verbal instructions to help you change the way you move and so address unhelpful habits. In this way I am working with the whole person - mind and body. 

Most people feel very relaxed and more balanced after their lesson, have a sense of well being and poise, and empowered to help themselves.

I qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher in 1999 and run my practice at my home in Blagdon. 

I welcome any questions and queries.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Member of the Society on Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT)
  • Qualified as a teacher of the Alexander Technique in 1999, at the Bristol Alexander School, having successfully completed a 3 year training.
  • City and Guilds teaching adults qualification
  • Teaching in private practice for 13 years
  • Teacher at, and Assistant Director of, the Bristol Alexander School
  • Run various day, weekend and week courses in Somerset and France

Member organisations


Therapies offered


Introductory lesson : 1 hour duration  £36
Subsequent lessons : 40-45 minutes long £28

Further information

The Alexander Technique is not only useful if you are in pain or discomfort, it is very helpful in helping to you improve your skills in all areas of life.
I work with musicians and sport people too, helping them to do what they want with more ease and therefore getting a better result. 

My hobbies include painting and sewing, cycling and walking.

Maps & Directions

Blagdon, BS40 7TW

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None
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