Young and old, no matter what your age, you can learn Alexander’s work if you choose to apply and work with the ideas.
George Bernard Shaw was 86 when he started having lessons with Alexander!
All you need is an open mind and a willingness to change.
There are a number of ways you can learn Alexander’s work
You can learn in a group or you can have a lesson on your own.
Small groups of two or three
Group lessons are a great way to learn. You could have a lesson with a friend or partner or in a group of three. You will find you learn as much from watching others have a lesson and listening to their questions as when you have a lesson yourself.
Cost: £20 per person
Two people (for up to an hour)
Three people (for up to one hour 15 minutes)
An individual lesson can help you look in more detail at your chosen activity and if you prefer privacy and are more comfortable having a lesson on your own, then this can be an option for you.
Cost: £35 (for 30-40 minutes)
What happens in a lesson?
We’ll explore an activity chosen by you. To start with this can be something quite simple, like sitting in a chair, standing or walking. I’ll combine discussion and questions together with a form of gentle manipulation as we explore your ideas about what you have to ‘do’ to perform a certain task.
We can also look at more specialised activities like playing a musical instrument, swinging a golf club, using a computer, even throwing a Frisbee or hanging washing on the line! In fact, any activity that you do in everyday life.