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Alexander Technique Workshops - Start Date 16 April

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ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE WORKSHOPS: the Studio, Tattenhall, with Jill Raine (MSTAT)

Saturdays 2.00- 4.00 pm

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Learn how to re-educate your body to release harmful habit patterns and unnecessary muscle tension to bring back natural flow and a sense of well being into your life.

We will use everyday activities like standing and sitting to help you realign your body and simple
exercises which you can practise at home to maintain the benefits.

The first workshop is an introduction to The Alexander Technique which can be taken by itself and then there
are five follow-on workshops for those wanting to find out more.

Each week we will look at a different part of the body — find out how it is designed to work then we experiment with how it works in us. Using the principles of the Alexander Technique, we learn how we can change the way we use our bodies

All the workshops are designed to be interactive with the emphasis on exploring our use through imagination and fun.

* 16th April — Introduction
* 23rd April — Head and neck
* 30th April — Pelvis
* 7th May — Spine
* 14th May — Arms and hands
* 21st May — Legs

£25 per session or £120 if all the sessions are booked and paid for in advance.

Please contact Jill on 01829 771895 for more info or to book.

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