Saturday Introductory Workshops

There are introductory workshops each second and fourth Saturday of the month. Posture At Work workshops are held the first Saturday* of each month. All sessions last for 2 hours – the time of these may vary each week. Everyone welcome.

Cost: £40, or £30 each if you bring a friend.

(Maximum 4 participants)

DATES

July 6th*, 13th and 27th
August3rd*, 10th and 24th
September7th*, 14th and 28th
October5th*, 12th and 26th
November2nd*, 9th and 23rd

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Sunday Introductory Workshops

There are workshops each first and third Sunday of the month which last for 2 hours.

The time of these may vary each week.

Everyone welcome

Cost: £40, or £30 each if you bring a friend.

(Maximum 4 participants)

DATES

July7th and 21st
August4th and 18th
September1st and 15th
October6th and 20th
November3rd and 17th
December3rd and 17th

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One-Off Introductory Workshops

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These sessions are designed to give you a brief but exhaustive introduction to the principles of the Alexander Technique. The teacher leading the workshop will guide you with verbal instruction and practical procedures through the theory and the practice of the Alexander Technique. If you have heard about the Alexander Technique and are curious to know what it is all about, this is an ideal session for you.

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Posture At Work With The Alexander Technique Workshop

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This course is designed to give a grounding on how to sit well at your desk.

Long hours sitting at a desk or computer terminal can cause muscular tension and stiffness – transform sitting from a static into an active state.

On this workshop you will be guided into learning how to:

  • Develop a good head, neck, pelvis alignment allowing the natural curves of your spine to support you
  • Avoid head poking by re-mapping your nodding joint
  • Keep a more expanded open posture for easy typing
  • Improve how to better use your elbows for mouse and keyboard use
  • Strategies to free (jammed) hip joints while still seated
  • Learn to choose from three different active ways of sitting according to the task at hand

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