About Delphine Miller

“Delphine has helped me with longstanding voice and throat issues. Her sessions keep me sane and well. A great teacher”.( Tammy Hoffman)

My background in the performing arts started at the Art’s Educational School. I have professional qualifications in Drama and Psychology, Occupational Therapy and the Alexander Technique (AT). After qualifying in AT, I worked for a number of years as a Teacher Trainer on Misha Magidov’s North London Teacher Training Course, before becoming a member of the training team at Anthony Kingsley’s ATTS in central London.

I am a registered Teacher with the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT). I have a busy practice in Crouch End, North London, and my pupils travel from many local areas, such as Highgate, Muswell Hill, Finsbury Park,Stroud Green,Hornsey, Alexandra Palace and Finchley, as well as from central and North London

Teacher & Researcher of Alexander Technique

I really enjoy working with my private clients in Crouch End, North London, and working as a resident Alexander Teacher [of AT Teachers] at  Alexander Teacher Training School. They both are  important to me.

My experience in AT has also given me the opportunity to run AT workshops in adult education institutes.

In addition, through links with my senior NHS posts, I’ve been able to collaborate on an innovative research project on the benefits of Alexander Technique for people with M.E./Chronic Fatigue Syndrome at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. I was also invited to lecture on the Alexander Technique to the Osteoporosis Society at the Royal Free Hospital.

Applications of Alexander Technique

Though practice and study, I have been able to develop a specialised knowledge in the application of the Alexander Technique to pregnancy and childbirth, and I provide seminars on this topic as part of the training offered at the ATTS.