The Alexander Technique

The Alexander Technique is a method of re-education of the psycho-physical behavior of the individual. It teaches balance and co-ordination.

The Technique offers a foundation for all human activity, a corner-stone for everything we do, every decision we make and every activity we enter into.

It is a powerful method of dealing with physical and mental stress, encouraging personal growth and transformation.

It introduces the art of unlearning unconscious responses learned in early childhood which limit the potential for freedom in body and mind showing us that we have a choice of how to respond to the hurly-burley of everyday life.

A Sunday Morning Group Lesson Once a Month

The course is for anyone interested in self development, evolution and change.

There is no age limit, physical or psychological condition that impedes an individual from learning the principles of the Alexander technique and shiatsu and achieving benefits in their well being.

No particular knowledge or skill is required.

The Overall Aim

is to define the meaning of awareness, distinguish a controlled reaction to a stimulus, recognize a pattern of habit, identify a feeling of faulty sensory awareness and to demonstrate how the functioning of the muscular-skeleton can be improved by recognizing poor use in an individual.

The course will be running regularly once a month on a Sunday morning, each session is 2 hours long, it will involve some theory and practice work with hands on from the teacher.

Maximum number of students attending is 8.

Course to be held at Studio 117 Pilates Plus on Sunday s 10.30-12.30. Please visit workshops for up and coming dates bookings and availability

Giorgina is a fully qualified teacher of the Alexander Technique and Shiatsu. She has been a member of the Society of the Alexander Technique since 1991 and achieved her registration as a member of the Shiatsu society in 1997.

Believing that different individuals require and respond to different forms of support, she keeps developing her work through personal development with meditation and yoga, providing healing and support.