Alexander Technique Kilkenny & Tipperary

Regain control of your body and improve the quality of your life.

Classes and courses

Learning Method

How can I learn?

You learn the Alexander Technique through one-to-one lessons with a qualified teacher. This setting provides the best opportunity for your individual needs to be addressed.

The number of lessons you will take will depend on your particular needs and goals, and these can be discussed with your teacher. Please note that Alexander teachers, although highly trained, are not medical advisers, and do not make medical diagnoses.

Learning the Alexander Technique involves changing long-standing habits, so improvement relies in part on your active participation. A course of 20 to 30 regular lessons can provide a good foundation for on-going self-discovery for most people.

What happens in lessons?

Your teacher will use explanation and a guiding touch to help you rediscover balance and ease within yourself. You start by working with simple movements and positions such as sitting, walking or bending the knees, which are basic to all activity.

Through experience and observation you learn how your coordination works - how you create tension and how you can prevent or release it. This awareness enables you to change long-standing habits and function more efficiently.

In time and with practice you will be able to use your new understanding and skill in more complex and demanding activities and situations in your daily life. You can bring awareness and poise to anything that you do.

You can reduce body tension and bring more awareness to any daily activity from banging a nail to reciting a poem.

David Gutiérrez Beired

Yvonne Craddock

Tel 089 2372790

Qualified teachers by STAT (Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique)


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Alexander Technique: Kilkenny & Tipperary

Tel 089 2372790

David Gutiérrez Beired // Yvonne Craddock

Qualified teachers by STAT (Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique)


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