In 2008 a long-standing interest in the Alexander Technique led to having lessons with John Hunter at the Westminster Alexander Centre. The decision to take up lessons was the beginning of many positive changes, both on the outer physical levels and on inner levels of perception and attitude.
I found that the technique didn’t just lead to differences in sitting, standing and moving but also meant that it was possible to engage with others and outer events in new ways too. The simple basics have endless applications leading to therapeutic changes possible throughout life and the learning of these applications is a process that deepens over time and practice.
Wanting to continue this process of discovery and to be able to share this with others lead me to the teacher-training course and now has brought the joy of teaching.