Enhance your performance with the Alexander Technique
The Alexander Technique is widely used by sports and business professionals, actors and musicians to enhance their performance. It can help to improve posture, breathing and mind-body connection. Olympic gold medallists Linford Christie and Sebastian Coe have benefitted from the Alexander Technique. Other famous people to have used the technique include Dame Judi Dench, Sir Lenny Henry, Victoria Beckham and John Cleese.
We tend to life our life on automatic pilot with most of our actions out of our awareness. Alexander Technique training enables us to learn to pause, notice and modify unwanted habits of mind and body, which can compromise our professional performance. When we’re stressed, when our posture is collapsed or held in an upright frame, our breathing is restricted. By learning to release unhelpful physical tension, we can breathe more easily and move with greater poise and freedom, improving our confidence, presence and sporting ability.
With daily Alexander Technique practice, you can develop the skills to manage the mental and physical challenges of professional performance. As your mind and body start to work together more effectively, you can refine your self-awareness and release unwanted postural and emotional habits, preventing injury, reducing stress and ultimately allowing you to perform at your full potential.
Alexander Technique training can help performers learn how to: