INTRODUCTION TO ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE

Onetime session

INTRODUCTION TO ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE

with

CAROLINE DALE

HAMPSTEAD, LONDON NW3

07850 979508

 

We do things without a second thought for our bodies, but we need that second thought.

 

A One-Day Workshop

- Beginners & Refreshers -

 

The AT is a great way to change unconscious tension and posture habits.  Join this one-day workshop and rediscover the pleasure and benefits of reconnecting your mind with your body.

 

Thank you, Caroline.  I hadn’t realised when I started learning

Alexander Technique that it would be such a useful part of my toolbox of litigation skills!

 C H Barrister

 

We often use more mental and physical effort in our activities than the results warrant but habits that have developed unconsciously over many years continue to dominate our efforts to change.  During the day you will learn how you can stop yourself from re-activating the old, established patterns and create new ones that will be more useful and enjoyable in your life.

 

Everyone will have individual work with Caroline as well as discussion and other activities with the group. (Max). 

 

A reading list and follow up information are provided as well as a £10 gift voucher to put towards a future 1-1 session.

 

Date:   Saturday 30th March 2019   Time: 11.00am – 3:30pm  (1 hour lunch)  Cost: £55/£50 if you bring a friend.  Venue:  Shamineh’s Gallery, New End, Hampstead NW3 1BJ 

 

 

Course type
Local
Audience
Beginners and Refreshers
Cost
£55.00/£50.00 with a friend.
Phone
07850 979508
Open
Start date
End date
When
Saturday 30th March 2019 11.00am - 4.00pm (one hour lunch)

 Shamineh's gallery is a hidden gem reached via the quaint alleyways of  Hampstead Village.  Tea and coffee will be provided during the session and you  can sit outside  for Farida's homemade lunch if you wish or visit shops and cafes nearby or take a refreshing walk on Hampstead Heath.  Close to Hampstead tube (Northern Line) and buses 46, 268.

Venue address, website and telephone numbers

It is a challenge to try to summarize the experience [of the Alexander Technique], as I find it (and it finds me) being the constant change, not there to be grasped. The most measureable is the sharpening of all the senses. My violinist ears react to the most subtle nuances in the sound and the experience is that of all the senses 'working' on the sound (and the means that are producing it), when I play. This has made possible the greater awareness in the moment present.

Agnieszka Opiola, Independent Violinist, Glasgow

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