About your teacher

Susie Baker MSTAT

Above: Demonstrating the classic Alexander Technique active rest position. This allows maximum support and relief for the back.

I was introduced to the Alexander Technique sixteen years ago thanks to Malcolm Balk. Malcolm is a Canadian Alexander teacher and Running Coach who inspires runners to achieve their goals with more ease and less injury. As a keen recreational runner, I was pleased with the improvements, and decided to find out how Alexander lessons could help me in other ways.

At the time my job involved lots of foreign travel and I suffered from some twinges in my lower back from carrying heavy bags onto planes. After having AT lessons the twinges disappeared.

In 2008, I enrolled at the Bristol Alexander School and after three years of full-time training graduated in July 2011.

I teach the Alexander Technique from home in Bristol BS8, at Bristol College of Massage & Bodywork  and at Bradley Stoke Physio. I offer special sessions for runners  and organise workshops and masterclasses in Bristol with top international coaches including Art of Running workshops with Malcolm Balk.

As a recreational runner, I do most of my running on local trails.  I am also a keen wild swimmer, competing in the bi-annual world winter swimming championships and have completed several sprint distance triathlons.

I am passionate about helping people of all ages discover how the Alexander Technique can improve their health and wellbeing. I have a particular interest in applying the Technique to sport and fitness.

As a member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (MSTAT) I have completed a recognised full-time course in the teaching of AT and abide by the highest standards of professional practice.

To get in touch with me please call 07919 333388 or fill in the contact form.


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