Alexander Technique Lessons offered in person and online . Crouch End North London and Central London . Delphine Miller

Beginners to advanced students welcome

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(Central location Crouch End  North London parking available –  permits provided )

Jessica Sherlock – (Google reviews)

2 months ago-
“Delphine is a brilliant teacher.It’s helped my back enormously in a way that will likely serve me well for the rest of my life. Really recommend her to anyone looking for a long term solution for back pain”.

Introductory first lesson and consultation  60 pounds

Lessons 45 pounds .

Discounts  are available for  block bookings , NHS  staff, children and musicians . Please ask.

 

Hello. My name is Delphine  Miller  and I have been  teaching the Alexander Technique for over 20 years, since 1996, after qualifying from a three-year full time professional training course at the North London Teacher Training School.

 

ATTS (Alexander Teacher Training School)

I am a registered Teacher with the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT). I am  also fully CRB checked and a member of the health professions council. 

In the last  17 years I have been also working as a resident teacher trainer  and  recently a deputy head,of a three-year course at the ATTS school in central London, for people who want to train to become Alexander Technique Teachers.  I am assistant head of  The Alexander Technique teacher Training school  .

I am passionate about teaching the Alexander Technique to all ages, and have a busy private practice in Crouch end and Central London.

I maintain a broad interest in health and well being, having worked at a senior level in the NHS as an Occupational Therapist.

I have a busy Alexander Technique Teaching  practice in North London, Crouch End  , teaching all ages , and my pupils travel from many local areas, such as Hampstead , Highgate, Muswell Hill, Finsbury Park Bounds green;  Stroud Green, Enfield, Hornsey, Wood Green, Alexandra Palace and Finchley, as well as from central and North  London. Parking  and permits are available on request.

Alexander Technique  is more than posture.

The Alexander Technique is a powerful method of releasing poor postural habits and re-educating the mind and body in everyday activities. It is a unique and life changing self-help tool that can be learnt and applied to everyday life. The Technique can address the root of many pains and disorders, which are caused by ongoing postural misuse of the body. It can be applied to many everyday activities, such as using a computer, walking, driving, and in sports. The Alexander Technique is also especially useful in recovery from injury and illness.

Alexander Technique can also in addition  provide  valuable early intervention for children, and teenagers  by addressing  stress related  and postural misuse in daily activities.

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The Alexander Technique offers a solution in  todays lifestyle.                                                                                                                             neck relief
Learn to improve posture and balance – harmony in both mind and body.

  • fibromyalgia
  • Stress-related health problems
  • Insomnia and anxiety
  • RSI and computer-related distress
  • Tension headaches and migraines.
  • Pregnancy and preparation for birth
  • Voice problems and breathing
  • Pain management
  • Hyper mobility syndrome.
  • Poor posture
  • neck and back pain.
  • Recovery from injury and illness.

By learning to use the technique in daily life we learn to let go of unnecessary tensions and stress in daily activity by:

  • Improving  postural balance and general coordination.
  • Moving  and breathing  with greater ease
  • Feeling  calmer and more relaxed.
  • Perform with greater poise and confidence.

The Alexander Technique is a skill you can learn yourself through lessons.

  • It deals with the cause of a problem as well as the symptoms.
  • Is widely used by performers and sports people to enhance their performance.
  • Prevents RSI.
  • Working musicians from the Royal Academy of Music  

 

We already notice, with growing amazement, very striking improvements in such diverse things such as high blood pressure, breathing, depth of sleep, overall cheerfulness and mental alertness…Professor Nicholas Tinbergen . Nobel Prize Winner for Medicine and Physiology