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Individual and group Alexander Technique lessons offered in your own home or at my Harrow studio. I am a qualified teacher of the Alexander Technique and a board member of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.
Prior to training as an AT teacher, I worked in the City for 15 years and understand the stress and pressure that modern life can bring to bear. Through the Technique, you can learn to reduce tension and go through life with freedom and ease. It is an incredibly powerful personal development tool that can be transformative for both mind and body.
This is what the NHS have to say about the Technique:
"There's evidence suggesting the Alexander technique can help people with:
Long-term back pain: lessons in the technique may lead to reduced back pain-associated disability and reduce how often you feel pain for up to a year or more.
Long-term neck pain – lessons in the technique may lead to reduced neck pain and associated disability for up to a year or more.
Parkinson's disease – lessons in the technique may help you carry out everyday tasks more easily and improve how you feel about your condition"
I am fully insured and am also DBS checked.
Training, qualifications & experience
Over a decade's experience running a multi-disciplinary wellbeing practice.
Qualified teacher of the Alexander Technique (Interactive Teaching Method), which is a comprehensive four year training programme. I am also a certified teaching member of Alexander Technique International. I qualified as a teacher in 2016.
Accredited Life Coach with the International Authority for Professional Coaching and Mentoring.
I am also a Level 4 Master Personal Trainer with additional qualifications in working with those with health conditions.
I have sat as a board member of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) since 2021. CNHC is the voluntary register for complementary healthcare in the UK.
I hold MA and MPhil degrees from Cambridge University and I am currently studying part-time for my doctorate there.
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CNHC is the UK regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners. Its key function is to enhance public protection by setting standards for registration. Members must abide by the CNHC Code of Conduct, Performance and Ethics and hold current professional indemnity insurance.
Accredited register membership
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Other available therapies
I am also an accredited Life Coach and offer in person or online sessions. Specialities include helping those burned out or struggling with the challenges of modern life. Check out www.lynseymetcalfe.com for more details.
£60.00 - £75.00
All lessons last around 50 minutes to 1 hour.
At my practice in Harrow-on-the-Hill: £60
Home visits and in around the Harrow and Ealing areas: £75
Home visits to other London areas: £100
For online consultations or group lessons, please contact me for fees.
Life Coaching and corporate work fees on request.
When I work
Please contact me for availability. Appointments available weekends and weekdays.
Feedback from clients
M, 45, West London: I am a 45 year old mother of two young kids and I have my own events company so my life is pretty physical and I am on my feet a lot. I had a shoulder injury, which required a CT scan and Cortisone injection as well as intensive physiotherapy. After many sessions with the physio he said that unless I changed the way I was using my shoulder the problem would simply reoccur. He suggested that I try the Alexander Technique.
In the first lesson Lynsey explained the concept in a very clear and calm way and it really resonated with me. Lynsey is a gifted and inspiring teacher who passion for the technique is clear for all to see. My shoulder problem has gone but the AT has given me something more than just alleviating my sore shoulder. It has infiltrated into my whole life and benefited everything from how I cook to how I sleep it has been life changing and I couldn’t recommend it more highly.
S, 34, Harrow: I am really surprised at just how thought provoking it has been. It's really altered my way of thinking and especially in the method in which I react to things like stress. What I am finding really beneficial is that my thought process as well as the way I'm using my body is so much more simplified. I feel a bit more connected if that makes sense like my body and mind are together.