Daska Hatton is a well established Alexander Technique Teacher and Craniosacral Therapist. She works from a dedicated studio in Notting Hill, West London.
Daska is an experienced Alexander Technique teacher who has developed her Alexander practice over the last twenty years, incorporating elements of psychotherapy and Craniosacral Therapy.
She now combines private practice with teaching in the Queens Park training school and is the co-author of 'Every Body Tells a Story', (https://tinyurl.com/jhkp3t6), a gripping account of the relationship between teacher/therapist and client – its innovative approach has gained widespread praise, including from acclaimed psychotherapist Susie Orbach.
The Alexander Technique can help you with stress management, neck and back pain and teaches how to meet the demands of everyday life with equanimity and balance. The Technique is well known for its success in helping performers of every persuasion.
Craniosacral Therapy is one of the most effective methods of reducing stress. Craniosacral Therapy aims to create the conditions in which change can occur. Through a gentle contact the therapist seeks to encourage the body to release long held anxieties and tensions. It is a form of listening without words and as such it can be a powerful and useful support to the talking therapies.
Training, qualifications & experience
Diploma Alexander Technique
North London Teacher Training Course
Diploma Cranio-Sacral Therapy
Certificate Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology
Certificate in Foundations of Counselling and Psychotherapy
College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy
Member Society of Teachers Alexander Technique
Member Craniosacral Therapy Association of UK
Member Stress Management Society
Teacher at The Alexander Technique School, Queen's Park.
The Craniosacral Therapy Association of the UK
The Craniosacral Therapy Association of the UK (CSTA) is a professional organisation which regulates the practice of Craniosacral Therapy in the UK.
Members of the CSTA (registered as RCST) are only permitted to practice after they have graduated from an accredited training school or college and must agree to comply with the Association's Code of Ethics.
The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique
Teaching members of STAT are registered (MSTAT) to teach the Technique after completing an approved three-year training course or having reached a standard approved by STAT.
They are also required to adhere to the Society's published Code of Professional Conduct and Competence, and are covered by professional indemnity insurance.
£ 75 per hour