Alexander Technique Group Courses and Classes
Learning Alexander Technique one-to-one is by far and away the most effective way to learn, but sometimes it’s nice to join a group, either to make new friends or to test the water.
My group classes take place in Wilmslow and at the University of Manchester.
Alexander Technique classes and courses in Manchester:
I’m commissioned to run group Alexander classes at the Dover Street building, which is just off Oxford Road and the main University campus.
Get in touch to find the venue, price and dates for this next class, whether you’re looking to “boost your posture”, “sit at your desk without pain”, or “beat the slump”. We usually meet after work on a weekday for an hour.
The classes at the Uni are open to the public, students, lecturers and university staff. We get a lot of people from nearby offices, why not join them? The class benefits beginners, intermediate, and Alexander pro’s!
Alexander Technique classes and courses in Wilmslow:
I run regular group classes in Wilmslow, open to all, usually on a Saturday, and open up a new one once numbers are in. To get on the list and reserve your place, get in touch.
You’ll sort out your posture, self-awareness, back pain and presence quickly, safely and effectively with these group courses.
The venue is right in the middle of Wilmslow, at Wilmslow Physio, 20a Grove Street, Wilmslow SK91EB. We’re above the Halifax on the main pedestrian shopping street. There’s ample parking nearby, and oodles of Wilmslow shopping to explore once you’re done.
The cost is only £20 per person for each session, so it won’t hurt your wallet, and you’ll benefit from learning together how to have great posture, more mindfulness, and much, much less aches and pains.
I limit these classes to twelve people, so you can all have enough one-to-one help to really feel the change. You’ll need to reserve you place to make sure you get in. Do it now while you’re in front of a screen!
- Gain a tool you can use to help yourself for the rest of your life.
- Discover how you can learn to manage conditions such as low back pain, bad posture, stress and RSI, and use the technique to help prevent them from developing or recurring.
- Learn how to be more aware and conscious of your movement and posture habits at work and at play.
- Learn to let your body move more freely and easily, improve your poise and performance, and increase your sense of well-being.