Alexander Technique Lessons for Hornchurch

Carla Radford M.S.T.A.T is a fully qualified Alexander Technique teacher offering one-to-one Alexander Technique lessons in Elm Park, Hornchurch, Emerson Park, Romford, Upminster and Cranham.

What is the Alexander Technique?

As we continue through life we are presented with tension, stresses and anxieties. The results are that we develop many bad habits which interfere with our natural co-ordination and functioning. This can cause many problems such as back and neck pain, bad posture, unnecessary injuries and a general sense of ill-health. In order to stop those habits, we learn how to think consciously and bring about a change so that we can allow our mind and body to work freely.

How the Alexander Technique can help you

The Alexander Technique works by helping you identify and prevent the harmful habits, physical and mental, and release unwanted muscular tension, which can cause ill-health. It teaches you how to be aware and improve your physical movements and how to react more consciously to emotional and mental stress. The Technique also helps you to be more in control of your life and to make the right decisions which can shape your life for the better.

The Alexander Technique has helped millions of people worldwide to naturally overcome a range of problems in order to lead a more balanced life. Various celebrities, actors, musicians and sports people find the Techique beneficial in order to enhance their performance and prevent repeat injuries.

FREE Informal Discussion

If you would like to know more about taking Alexander Technique lessons in and around Elm Park and Hornchurch please contact Carla Radford for more information.

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"Allow your neck to be free so that the head can move forward and up in such a way that the back can lengthen and widen and the knees go forward and away."
F.M Alexander

Case Studies
"One to one lessons in the Alexander technique from registered teachers have long term benefits for patients with chronic back pain"
British Medical Journal, August 2008
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