Alexander Technique Introductory Workshop in Beckenham, Kent

A simple introduction, mostly seated, to explain the benefits of the AT.
Onetime session

Come to a simple introduction to the Alexander Technique and find out how it could help you. In a small friendly group we use explanation, demonstration and simple learning activities. You will be seated most of the time and there is some lying down (optional) so please bring a mat or blanket to lie on. The workshop answers your questions about the Alexander Technique and how to start learning it.
All participants are entitled to a half price private lesson at a later date so bring your diary!

Finding the Venue: The venue is St.George's Church Hall Rooms (entrance through the side door to the left of the building). The Hall is close to Beckenham Junction station on Albemarle Road: from the lights outside the station you will see a large estate agent's on the corner; further on you pass the Bathroom Shop and Breeze Yoga then the Police office on the opposite corner. The Hall is the next gateway on the left.

Parking: There is a large pay-and-display car park across the road; entrance in St George's Road. Note - there is no right turn into Albemarle Road from Beckenham High Street.

Rail travel: Frequent trains between Victoria and Orpington stop at Beckenham Junction. Leave the station via the ticket office, turn left and walk up the footpath to the crossroads junction with Albemarle Road. The Hall is a few hundred metres away on the left.

For bookings and all enquiries please email Jill Payne at or call Jill on 0208 658 0820.
Jill Payne  

Course type
All are welcome
£28 per person, £25 concessions, or bring a friend for £20 each.
020 8658 0820
Start date
End date
On selected Saturdays from 10am - 12 noon.

Venue address, website and telephone numbers

St. George's Church Hall Rooms, 7 Albemarle Road, Beckenham, Kent, BR3 5HZ, GB

St. George's Church Hall Rooms
7 Albemarle Road
Beckenham, Kent
United Kingdom


St. George's Church Hall, very close to Beckenham Junction station and tram stop, is next to the police office on Albemarle Rd. Motorists please note there is no right turn into Albemarle Rd from the High Street. 

If walking from the station or tram stop, go to the end of Rectory Rd, cross over at the traffic lights into Albemarle Rd. You pass an estate agent on the corner, a Bathroom Shop, Breeze Yoga, and the police office is on the far end of the block. St. George's Hall is the next gateway on the left.

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I was looking for some way to help manage my lower back problems without relying on pain relief medication. I have found my one-to-one AT sessions extremely helpful and have learnt to identify and avoid postures and actions that contribute to back pain. I now know how to relax and properly rest my back and neck. In my experience, AT is a whole body technique which can help one to be more self-aware and to understand how to move with less tension and consequently, with less effort. Hurray for AT!

Patricia Brooks

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