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Sunrise Natural Health and Therapies,
31 Spa Rd,
Hockley,
Essex,
SS5 4AZ.

T: 01702 207017

Alexander Technique

Derek Climpson - Alexander Technique
The Alexander Technique was developed over 100 years ago and is used for health and performance problems. If you would like to take advantage of the 'Try an introductory Alexander lesson free of charge' offer, please call Derek Climpson on 07702-631-259.

Health: Back and neck pain, Chronic pain, Parkinson's disease,Posture, Anxiety & stress, Ageing well.

The Alexander Technique is an educational method with considerable therapeutic benefits. It tackles the root cause of many health problems, and its success has been confirmed by a growing body of recent clinical trials, including seperate Randomised Clinical Trials (RCTs)- the gold standard for evaluating health care-for chronic back pain and Parkinson's disease.

Performance: Music,Singing,Acting,Dance,Horse Riding,Running,Cycling,Yoga,Tai Chi,Meditation.

The Alexander Technique is also used by amateur and professional musicians, singers,actors and dancers to perform without strain. It improves performance and helps overcome Repetetive Strain Injury (RSI). It is a well established part of the curriculum at leading Schools of Performing Arts worldwide. These include the Guildhall School of Music and The Royal Academy of Music in London, and the Juillard School in New York.

The Technique is also increasingly popular with those interested in fitness and self-development and is used to enhance the practice of Yoga, Tai chi and Meditation. Sportspeople including horse riders,runners and cyclists also use it to improve performance and overcome injury. These include Carl Hester,London Olympic 2012 Gold medallist in the British Dressage Team.

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