With Andrea Walsh


Learn how to go ‘up’ in stature


Reduce muscular effort




Regain your balance and poise


Helps relieve shoulder and arm pain


The Alexander Technique is easy to learn


Lessons with me in a warm, friendly environment

Unlearn your unwanted habits with simple, everyday activities


The Alexander Technique is fun!


Gentle hands on contact


“Lessons in the Alexander Technique have long term benefits for patients with chronic back pain”

British Medical Journal on back pain clinical trial


Learn how to reduce stress and tension


“The Alexander Technique works… I recommend it enthusiastically to anyone who has neck pain or back pain”

Roald Dahl, writer


Frequently asked questions

How much will it cost?

In order for people to see first hand what the Alexander Technique is all about, it’s  vital to try a lesson and  see what you think. The cost is £37 per lesson. Each lesson lasts 50 minutes (the first one is slighter longer).  Gift vouchers are available. Please contact me for details.

Can I claim anything towards the cost of my lessons?

Some health cash plans and private health insurance policies provide cover towards the cost of Alexander Technique lessons. Please be sure to check with your provider first. Some insurance companies insist of a referral/recommendation from your treating specialist.

How many lessons will I need?

This depends on a number of things. For example, what you wish to achieve, your motivation behind having lessons and where you are starting from. In the British Medical Journal Back Pain trial, the group who gained the most benefit had a course of 24 lessons. However, large benefits can be reaped from shorter courses of lessons. Some people have weekly lessons for a period, and then come less frequently as a kind of maintenance/top up basis. I will be happy to discuss this with you in more detail at your first lesson.

How often will I need to come for a lesson?

In the early lessons, ideally,  you’d need to come weekly..  As you progress, longer intervals can be left in between lessons.

What to wear for a lesson?

Just normal clothes.  It’s best to avoid things which are tight-fitting.  Trousers are better than skirts.  The only thing you take off are your shoes.

What if I am unable to attend a pre-arranged lesson?

In the event that you need to cancel a lesson, I ask that you give at least 24 hours’ notice to avoid liability for payment for the cancelled session. If I can re-arrange it for a mutually convenient date and time later in the week, then I will endeavour to do so, otherwise, the cancelled lesson will have to be paid for.

In the event that I need to cancel a lesson, I undertake to give you at least 24 hours’ notice, or I will provide your next lesson free of charge.