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How time shapes your posture… and how the Alexander Technique can help

September 18, 2016

Our body is shaped by how we use it over time. Bad postural habits that have developed over many years can feel normal until pain alerts us that something is not quite right. For instance you might have heard of “forward head posture” or “computer-neck” as way of describing the habitual hunching in front of […]

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The first thing I tell my clients: Think UP

October 12, 2014

The first thing I teach my clients is how to “think up”. “Thinking up” means learning to stop tensing the neck, so that the head can release on top of the spine, from the crown. This in turn will allow the spine to decompress under the better balanced weight of the head. In other words, […]

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Me in the media

October 12, 2014

“What is the Alexander Technique?“, an article I wrote for welldoing.org in January 2015. In September 2014, I was featured in the Daily Mail “How to beat back and joint pain” supplement about “the key secret I tell my patients”… click here for a video presentation of the supplement. Recently I spent a very interesting day […]

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Postural reeducation and the Alexander Technique – watch me giving a presentation on healthy posture at work

October 12, 2014

Recently I spent a very interesting day with a dentist participating in the making of an educational film for Dentists’ Provident on using the Alexander Technique as a tool to prevent musculoskeletal disorders at work… click here to view to the video (from landing page, click Next-Menu-Summary-Next – this will take you to the full […]

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Learn to deal with stress with the Alexander Technique

March 8, 2012
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When you are under too much stress the Alexander Technique can help find effective relief Statistics published by the HSE show that in Britain between April 2010 and March 2011 an estimated 1.2 million people said they were suffering from a work-related  illness or disorder. However, pressures may come from many sources and their combined effect is stress of body […]

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