Who can benefit

Whether you are an actor, musician, or any kind of performing artist in search of greater freedom and range of expression; suffering physical problems through misuse; experiencing difficulty dealing with stress; or simply wish to feel better and find greater ease within yourself and your dealings with the outside world, then learning the Technique is an invaluable tool that can be applied anywhere and at any time, regardless of age or condition; at home, at the office, while performing, or while doing sports and leisure activities.

'Through the Alexander Technique I was able to rehabilitate my running after 25 years of being unable to run through injuries, to the extent that I was able to set ten world records for veterans in 1982'.
Paul Collins (Canadian National Marathon Champion 1949-1952).

'There is --- a sense of weightlessness and a diminution of the effort previously thought necessary to move one's limbs. Activity now becomes free and flowing, no longer jerky and heavy with strain'.
Edward Maisel (Director American Physical Fitness Research Institute).

'I recommend the Alexander Technique as an extremely sophisticated form of rehabilitation... many types of underperformance and even ailments, both mental and physical, can be alleviated, sometimes to a surprising degree, by teaching the body musculature to function differently... (we notice) very striking improvements in such diverse things as high blood pressure, breathing, depth of sleep, overall cheerfulness and mental alertness, resilience against outside pressures, and in such a refined skill as playing a musical instrument.' Professor N. Tinbergen (1907-1988, Nobel Prize for Medicine, 1973)