For Men or Women:
Does stiffness or pain in your neck, back, hips or knees, or persistent repeat injuries, limit your running or overall ease of movement?
Runners, like other sportsmen and women, benefit greatly from learning good technique. The Alexander Technique encourages good balance and coordination. It has been described as both a training and a therapy. Gentle hands-on guidance and verbal explanations are used a series of individual sessions, tailor made to your needs:
- Men or Women, all ages and ability, elite or beginner
- One to one sessions
- Rediscover the natural running ability you had as a young child
- Reduces injuries caused by poor running style
- Run more efficiently with less wasted effort
- Improves speed and stamina
- Reduces load and effort on the body
- Improves balance and coordination
- No special equipment required.
Through the Alexander Technique I was able to rehabilitate my running after 25 years of being unable to run through injuries, to the extent that I was able to set ten world records for veterans in 1982.
Paul Collins, age 56, Canadian National Marathon Champion (1949-52) and Veteran World Record Holer
The Alexander Technique will benefit anyone whether they are an elite athlete or whether they just wish to live life without the aches and pains that many people suffer and accept as part of life
Greg Chappell, Australian Test Cricket Captain (1975-77 and 1979-84)
Daily Telegraph article published 30 May 2011 on Running and the Alexander Technique