The Alexander Technique is useful for the following:
- Anxiety and stress-related conditions
- Back, neck and joint pain
- Muscle tension and stiffness
- Poor posture
- Breathing and vocal problems
- Overall Wellbeing
The Alexander Technique is a practice for developing the ability to change long-term habits that can lead to unnecessary tension in the body.
The Technique can help improve your performance in any activity and relieve the pain and stress caused by postural habits, like slouching or rounded shoulders.
Working with a qualified teacher, you will learn to become self aware of your usual reactions to the stresses and strains of life.
East Anglia Centre for Alexander Technique (EACAT) is a small, friendly training school, of no more than ten students. Course numbers are limited so that progress can be monitored closely, giving students a nurturing space in which to develop.
EACAT offers a three-year, professional training for teachers of the Alexander Technique accredited by ATE (Alexander Technique Education). ATE UK is an international professional society, whose aim is to adhere to, and promote the original teaching method of Frederick Matthias Alexander.