Alexander Technique in Stockport – Transform Your Posture and Reduce Your Pain
Discover the clinically proven Alexander Technique in Stockport.
Recommended by local GPs and Physiotherapists. Book your session today.
Alexanderplus Alexander Technique, 3 Offerton Ln, Stockport SK2 5AA
Our rooms are inside Peter Bennett Physiotheraoy.
Easy to Reach
My Alexander Technique Clinic in Stockport is really easy to reach, on the main A626 in Stockport (towards Marple) opposite the Gardener’s Arms pub.
Help yourself to tea and coffee in the comfortable reception room whilst you wait.
Sue’s usually there on reception to welcome you. She’s married to the Stockport physio who runs the building.
Parking is really easy, Banks Lane carpark is free and one minute away.
The room we’ll work in is bright and airy, warm in the winter and cool in the summer. There are three steps to go up, and we have toilet’s and a comfortable waiting room.
Daytime, evening and weekend appointments are available but are in strong demand. Make sure to book your Alexander Technique Stockport evening sessions well in advance. Your best bet is the six-step-plan which works out as great value.
Welcome to Alexander Plus in Stockport, your gateway to improved posture, reduced pain, and a more mindful way of living. Many of our clients are referred by local GPs and Physiotherapists because the Alexander Technique is clinically proven to be effective.
Many of my patients travel in from the surrounding towns of Hazel Grove, Marple, Romiley, Cheadle, Heaton Moor, Heaton Mersey, Gatley, Disley Macclesfield and Poyton, and some come from much further afield. As it’s only a mile from the M60 junction, you can get there from anywhere in Greater Manchester or Cheshire.
What to Expect in a Session
During your Alexander Technique session, you’ll learn how to undo bad habits and adopt better ones that promote good posture and reduce or eliminate pain. Each session is tailored to your individual needs and goals.
Why Choose the Alexander Technique?
The Alexander Technique is more than just a way to improve posture—it’s a way to live better. By learning how to move more efficiently, you can reduce or eliminate pain, manage stress better, and even improve your performance in physical activities.