Physical Rehabilitation with the Alexander Technique
The Alexander Technique can help us to relearn how to use our body after surgery, injury, strokes or other neurological conditions
The Alexander Technique teaches thoughtful and non-strenuous movement to aid mobility and enhance balance and coordination. We learn to notice and modify unhelpful habits and patterns which often arise after physical trauma and can interfere with fluidity of movement.
During an Alexander Technique lesson, we learn how to move, bend, sit and stand with more freedom in the joints and more lightness and ease in the body. We learn to use the breath fully and this can help us to feel calmer and more at ease. We can learn ways to improve our balance and coordination, reducing the chance of falling and helping us to feel more confident.
Lessons in the Alexander Technique can help you to: