Alexander Technique with Jane Toms

Teaching the Alexander Technique is a privilege and a joy. Seeing people engage with the technique, and witnessing the difference applying it can make to them and their lives, is very exciting. Differences reported by my pupils include:

I was amazed how the Alexander Technique was helpful in so many activities including driving, walking, jogging, sitting and even how I react in interpersonal encounters. I have learnt a whole new approach to movement and life.” Esther, Research Director

“The Alexander Technique has helped me let go of the oughts, shoulds and musts learnt over a lifetime of contorting my body into so-called good posture.  It has been about letting go of rigidity in my thinking and body.” Sam, Student

I am delighted to be co-leading an introduction to the Alexander Technique with Zoe Challenor, in Edgbaston, Birmingham, on 4th July 7-9pm. There will be an introduction to the ideas, time to work hands on with some participants, followed by questions and discussion. Click here for more information and tickets.

I teach in Solihull (daytime and evenings). Please contact me to find out more and/or to book a lesson. I am following COVID-19 precautions in line with guidance from the government and the CNHC.

My short blogs playfully share some Alexander Technique ideas e.g. the first is called ‘Stop doing unhelpful things’

My story.

For information on courses and workshops please click here.