Alexander Technique and Neck PainAlexander Technique DirectionSemi-supineAlexander Lesson

 

Study finds the Alexander Technique

beneficial for neck pain

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       Find a new direction

             with the Alexander Technique

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       Learn about quality me-time

              to rest and restore yourself

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       Discover how constructive rest

             is essential for an active life

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Learn the Alexander Technique for optimum balance, posture and co-ordination in everything you do. Organise yourself with maximum efficiency to optimise performance in your work and everyday life, and in coping with stress and physical problems.

Give yourself a powerful tool for personal development, self-awareness, mindfulness and learning new skills.

Change the habits that contribute towards functional problems such as back pain, muscle tension and stiffness, poor posture and breathing problems.

Discover the freedom to change conditions that stop you reaching your potential and enjoying a happy, healthy life.

Find a STAT qualified teacher to best experience the Alexander Technique.

 

The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) was established in 1958 and is the largest Professional Association of Alexander Technique Teachers worldwide. It is responsible for maintaining the professional standards of its members and promoting the Alexander Technique.

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Great Britain's coxless four won gold at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Two of the members of the Olympic Rowing Squad had Alexander Technique lessons.

I would not say I am a fan of the technique – I am a disciple. For many years I suffered with chronic neck pain following a horse riding accident. When my HR manager recommended the Alexander Technique I was intrigued. Her father, a stroke victim, had experienced an incredible recovery from practising the Technique – to the point where he no longer needed a walking stick. After the first lesson I felt a dramatic difference; my neck felt long and free like a giraffe. Soon after that my teacher said I had learnt enough to incorporate the technique into my everyday life and manage my situation myself.

Annette Shaw
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