The Alexander Technique is not a therapy. Julia is not medically trained and will not diagnose or promise cures, but will teach you tools you can use to cope with everything from everyday life, including getting used to working from home, to a chronic condition.
Now that Covid19 restrictions are being lifted and Julia will be fully vaccinated by early June, face to face lessons can begin again. Masks must be worn in lessons and hand sanitizer will be available for use on entry to lesson and during. You will be asked to sign a Waiver to acknowledge the risk involved. Teaching equipment will be sanitised between pupils and the room will be well-ventilated so please dress accordingly.
Zoom lessons continue to be available if you prefer. An online lesson has proved to be very beneficial, balancing the body efficiently and bringing your attention to unnecessary stresses which can gradually be released. Due to the intensity of observation involved, a 30-minute lesson is proving to be a good length for which the charge is £20/lesson.
Since this is a learning process, a course of lessons is recommended before you can bring the Alexander Technique fully into your everyday life.
Loose-fitting clothing should be worn and pupils are requested to remove only their shoes. Contact Julia to book an introductory lesson.
Who can benefit?
Anyone and everyone can benefit from the Alexander Technique. Julia has taught children, adolescents and adults of all ages. Actors, musicians, dancers, athletes, horse-riders, dentists, beauty therapists and gardeners all use it. Many people come to the Alexander Technique with particular conditions which can be alleviated by it including:
Back and neck pain
Tennis or Golfer’s elbow
Post-operative or injury recovery
Asthma, emphysema, bronchitis
Conditions associated with diabetes
High blood pressure