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Alexander Technique Institute North Sydney

Who Benefits

  • All ages with poor posture
  • Healthcare workers, nurses, surgeons
  • People suffering from performance anxiety
  • Those working in stressful environments
  • Public speakers improve voice / presentations skills
  • Performers with functional pain and injury
  • Music teachers (for self & pupil)
  • Mediators (all traditions) prevent pain, sit in balance
  • People who want a self-work practice - for life!
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Alexander Lessons offer -
Pain Relief through Learning for

  • Recurrent and chronic low back pain
  • Postural aches and pain
  • Musician's functional pain / dystocia‚Äôs / breathing
  • Sciatica
  • Frozen shoulder syndrome / neck pain
  • Tension headaches
  • Over-use syndrome
  • Postural pain in pregnancy, birth & beyond
         (Diana is a registered midwife)
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"After practising the Alexander Technique, my family and I have noticed with growing amazement striking improvements in such diverse things as high blood pressure, breathing, depth of sleep, overall cheerfulness and mental alertness, resilience against outside pressures, and a refined skill in playing a stringed instrument."

Prof. Nikolaas Tinbergen
1973 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine

"Neck problems are virtually an occupational hazard for Ear, Nose and Throat surgeons. I had serious problems during my working years, but hoped for relief on early retirement. This was not the case and limitation of cervical (and thoracic) movement became quite an intrusion on my life. Physiotherapy and medication gave only short-term improvement. On being introduced to the Alexander Technique I was somewhat sceptical that anything was going to work, but can only describe the relief gained, and maintained, as quite incredible. General posture has improved and neck mobility has returned to that last experienced more than twenty years ago. What more could one ask for?"

Kieran Tobin, M.B, B. Ch, BAO, FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Irl), D.L.O.
Senior Surgeon, University College Hospital Galway Ireland. Past President of the Irish Otolaryngological, Head and Neck Society. Past-President of the E.N.T. Section of the Royal Society of Medicine of Ireland.