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MSTAT DMU DCR(R)
I help people with their health, wellbeing and personal development in my role as
a teacher of the Alexander Technique. I have developed these life-
I have always loved working with people. Previously, I enjoyed my work as a radiographer and sonographer, helping people in the hospital environment. I’ve always loved learning too! I practise my own continuing personal development by taking lessons and workshops in the Alexander Technique. I also love yoga, cooking, theatre, reading and lots more besides! As a wife and mother, my personal growth also expands and continues in a variety of ways.
My pathway to the Alexander Technique began in 2007 when a repetitive strain injury (RSI) of my right shoulder forced a career change. At the time, this was upsetting but I am now so grateful for my new career now, what I do now is an incredibly rewarding profession. My first AT lesson was an epiphany! Not only did my pain leave me completely for the first time in years, but I also realised that this work was what I was meant to be doing with my life.
I trained as an Alexander Technique teacher with Ron Colyer at the Alexander Re-
I work with people from all walks of life. In my current practice, I am Visiting AT teacher at Wellington College, which is enormous fun. I am working at Apple Physiotherapy, Windsor on Thursdays from January 2017 for 1:1 lessons. I also work with Medical Imaging professionals globally. My own journey through RSI to full health allows me to help my medical colleagues with pain and injuries that commonly occur. The College of Radiographers has endorsed my course, Alexander Technique For Radiographers, Level 1. I can work with medical imaging staff and departments in person across the UK and Ireland or via webinar if you’re further away.
I look forward to working with you!
I teach this wonderful work from my home in Chobham. I provide a warm uplifting private and safe environment in which to learn this very simple practical method of selfmanagement and care.
This is gentle hands on work. During a lesson you will learn how to pay attention to yourself doing very simple activities such as sitting, standing, walking, lying down.