How is it taught?
The Alexander Technique is typically taught through a series of private lessons, though group classes may be used as an introduction.
What happens in a lesson?
In a lesson, you will be guided through gentle movements. You will learn how to recognise and release any unnecessary tension you may be holding. Your teacher will provide feedback on your movement patterns – verbally, visually and manually. You are an active participant in the process, and share observations with your teacher.
Over a course of lessons you will learn the fundamental principles for restoring optimal poise, balance and ease. You will find that you can apply these principles to all areas of your life. The best way to discover what the Technique is about and how it works is to experience it for yourself. We recommend you to book an introductory lesson, without further commitment. There is no fixed number of lessons to take, and lessons are normally booked individually, as you go along.