The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Jill Raine: October 2015
International Alexander Technique Awareness Week
12 -18 October 2015
According to the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) we should focus less on the 'all or nothing' mentality and just make sure that whatever you're doing, you do it in a way that doesn't put your body at risk of injury. You get AT it and let it happen!
The Alexander Technique is a holistic approach which educates us to be more aware of harmful postural and mental habits which may be the cause of stress, pain and a multitude of everyday ailments and complaints. By improving posture and being conscious of how you move — whether sitting at your desk, getting up from a chair or running a marathon — the Alexander Technique teaches you to undo bad habits and re-discover how to use your head, neck and back in a coordinated way.
Jill Raine (MSTAT) from The Studio Tattenhall is offering a one hour AT introductory lesson at the discounted price of £30 (normal price £45) for anyone who books between 12 — 18th October. The lesson can be taken at anytime up to 31st December 2015
Contact Jill on 01829 771895 to book. For more information about the workshops CLICK HERE. For further information on the Alexander Technique CLICK HERE.
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