Those who can benefit from using the Alexander technique include:

  • people of all ages, including children and older people

  • individuals encountering high levels of stress and anxiety

  • people with muscular pain, including back pain

  • people with sciatica

  • people with mobility and balance problems

  • the physically frail and older people – the Alexander technique is particularly good for falls prevention

  • pregnant women – the Alexander technique can aid back and postural pain related to pregnancy and give pregnant women tools with which to deal with the pain of labour and the stress of birth

  • people interested in the voice and those with possible breathing-related issues

  • performing artists – singers, dancers, musicians, and actors

  • athletes and those who want to improve their physical condition and performance

  • individuals interested in mindfulness and self-development.

Find out more about the benefits of the Alexander technique, how the Alexander technique can help you improve your performance in diverse fields, and also what happens in an Alexander lesson.

Find out how the Alexander technique was developed and learn more about how it works.

Learn how the Alexander technique differs from other therapies and hands-on modalities.

Find out more about Maria and lessons with Maria in the Alexander technique.

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