Above: Demonstrating the classic Alexander Technique active rest position. This allows maximum support and relief for the back.
My first introduction to the Alexander Technique was through Malcolm Balk’s The Art of Running – an Alexander Technique based approach to improving running performance. The improvements in my running led me to have Alexander Technique lessons. After a course of lessons the nagging lower back pain that had been giving me grief for years had gone. And my posture and movement were noticeably better.
In 2008, I enrolled at the Bristol Alexander School three year full-time STAT* training course and have been teaching the Alexander Technique since 2011.
I am passionate about helping people of all ages discover how the Alexander Technique can improve their health and wellbeing. My specialism is in helping people overcome pain, injury and to improve their movement for running and other sports.
As a recreational runner, I enjoy running on trails through the local woods and open spaces. I am also a keen “breaking the ice” kind of cold water swimmer.
*STAT – the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique . As a member of STAT I abide by the highest standards of professional practice.
I teach at various locations in the Bristol area and also offer online sessions. To get in touch with me please call 07919 333388 or fill in the contact form.