& body process work in Midhurst and Chichester

About Me

I have had a lifelong interest and involvement in various growth and healing modalities. I qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher in 2001 after three years (1600 hours) training at NETCAT in Leeds. Since then I have done further training with the Brighton School of Embodied Therapy. I have a postgraduate certificate in adult education, and am currently working towards a Diploma in Emotional Therapeutic Counselling. I have an interest in High Sensitivity  (AKA sensory processing sensitivity/HSP) and in working with people with this trait.

I have a degree from Leeds College of Music.  I originally trained as a jazz pianist and more recently have been learning singing. Another recent passion is horse riding. I first came across the Alexander Technique at music college when I was looking for a solution to Repetitive Strain Injury caused by long hours of piano practice and computer use. The Technique not only solved this problem but also had a remarkable effect on my piano playing and how I felt in general. I have found the Technique  to be an invaluable asset in my life. It's effect on my overall sense of wellbeing has been enormously beneficial and has opened up possibilities which are much more profound and far reaching than I expected at the beginning. They continue to surprise me with their depth and range of application — the journey was the best gift I ever gave myself!

I give individual sessions and small group workshops in Midhurst and in Bosham near Chichester, West Sussex. To find out more or book a session, call me on 01730 352060 or contact me here

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