in Midhurst and Chichester
How I Work
I have a range of tools and approaches to offer, and I'm happy to either guide the sessions or to work directly with any issue that you bring. These could range from dealing with pain and stress, to singing or playing a musical instrument, to emotional issues such as shyness, confidence or maintaining boundaries.
Though Alexander Technique teachers work primarily from an educational perspective there can also be a therapeutic aspect to the work: the Alexander Technique gives you principles to explore and put into practice for yourself, but at the same time the hands-on and relational aspect of the work can have considerable therapeutic benefits, encouraging peoples' systems to quieten down and let go of past hurt and trauma. As well as being an Alexander teacher I also offer person-centred body psychotherapy and can (optionally) offer a safe space to explore, release and integrate feelings from the present and past if these come up in a session should you wish to do so.
I hope that the work we do together will be both effective, and a journey and adventure. I believe that any form of growth work should be fundamentally enjoyable and life enhancing, and I aim for the work we do to reflects this as much as possible. You can read more about me and my background here.
Music and Voice
We can integrate voice work and music into the sessions if you wish. This offers a powerful way to look at how we may be limiting ourselves, and to find ways of being more open, expressive and connected to our bodies and feelings.
Musicians and performers click here for information about how the Alexander Technique can benefit you and performance.