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).
I have been taking lessons for a few years now. Right from the first lesson my chronic back pain improved and I was moving more smoothly. After a lesson I always feel lighter, more positive and more confident. The Alexander Technique has helped me to realise that I have a choice about how I use my body. This awareness has spread to other areas of my life and I now feel more in control of myself and my life.