WHAT OTHER PEOPLE SAY 

 
'......I had suffered from niggling back and neck pain for a couple of years when a friend suggested the Alexander Technique. Rachel is a calm, patient and knowledgeable teacher. She looked at my general posture and the way I moved and helped me make tweaks to improve these. 
 
Rachel has helped increase my self-awareness of my body. I have found that fairly small changes have made a big difference and I am now pretty much pain free..." 
 
Helen, 
ex-nurse and personal fitness instructor 
 
"....learnt how to break movements down..."  
"...walking better.."  
"...definitely would come again.." 
"...enjoyed the Tai Chi....." 
"....learning about my body...." 
"...adapted class to needs..." 
"...helped with my posture..." 
"...more mindful about moving...." 
"...not get carried away by end-gaining...." 
"....slowing things down....." 
"...think before moving...." 
"....dancing..."  
"...positivity, energy...." 
"....loved it all...." 
 
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)  
Workshop participants 

SOME USEFUL BACKGROUND READING 

 
"The Alexander Technique, A Skill for Life” by Pedro de Alcantara 
"The Art of Changing" by Glen Park 
"Body Learning" by Michael Gelb 
 
 
Note: there are many, many more excellent books out which relate specifically to certain areas i.e. the Alexander Technique for Musicians, Runners, Swimmers etc. and even about eyes, brain and muscles. 
 
Just contact me if you need advice.