Georgia studied dance (MA, ID/Trinity Laban) qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher (mSTAT, LCATT), and studied anatomy & physiology (BCOM/CCST), in London. Georgia teaches people of all ages, musicians, dancers, and performers, artisans, people working with their hands and people working in offices, baby-carrying cares, as well as students, and primary & secondary pupils.
Areas of further research:
• Alexander Technique for children & adults with Hypermobility - Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, scoliosis, chronic pain and/or chronic fatigue.
• Alexander Technique in early primary education.
• Alexander Technique in dance improvisation practice (improvisation as bare technique, psychophysical unity and the emergence of movement, psychophysical unity and efficiency, embodied awareness in the performing condition).
At about the age of 45, I began to experience severe pain in both of my knees. I was told I had damaged the cartilage, initially caused by the use of a kicking strap on a sailing dinghy, and made worse by many years of beagling, and to stop beagling or risk ending up in a wheelchair. A few years later a friend suggested the Alexander Technique. At first I was very sceptical, but had also reached the stage where I was ready to try virtually any means to solve the problem. A few weeks after my first lesson, I had gone out beagling, but only walking.