The Alexander Technique is a simple, practical method for attaining better posture, improving coordination and enhancing personal well-being.
People of all ages and abilities study the Alexander Technique to relieve pain, reduce stress, improve posture and enhance performance:
- people with chronic or recurrent back pain
- people with neck and shoulder pain
- computer users with hand, wrist and arm
- people interested in improving posture
- public speakers
- people wanting greater flexibility in both body and mind
- amateur and professional athletes (walking, running, cycling, gym work etc.)
- everyday tasks: housework, parents carrying young children, lifting groceries etc.
- performing artists (singers, dancers, actors, musicians)
The Alexander Technique is particularly effective in managing back pain. Back trouble is one of the most common, debilitating and intractable health issues. A comprehensive clinical trial published by British Medicine Journal in 2008 showed that the Alexander Technique outperformed many other treatments for chronic back pain.
Group classes scheduled second half of 2018 include:
Introducing the Alexander Technique.
We offer monthly small group introductions to the Alexander Technique.
The next introduction session is on Saturday September 8, 2 – 3.30pm.
If you want to discover the essentials of the Alexander Technique in a friendly group setting then this is the ideal first step.
A series of on-going Saturday morning workshops with Jane Azul. The next class is on Saturday September 15, 10-12 am.
Back-care at work.
A two-hour workshop applying the simple and effective procedures of the Alexander Technique to office work: Saturday August 25, 2 – 4 pm.
Later in the year:
Running workshop (15 September)
Back care in the garden (12 October)
Effective and enjoyable public speaking (27 October).
Walking Naturally (24 November).
Call or email us to find out more or register your interest.
Paul and Jane provide free initial phone consultations to explore whether the Alexander Technique is suitable for you. Call Paul or Jane, or send an email providing your contact details and advising of a suitable time to call you back.
Contact Paul at 0408 566 909
Contact Jane at 0423 693 695
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org