Are you bothered with aches and pains? Do you want to experience more freedom and flexibility in your movement, your performance, or your life generally?
The Alexander Techniqe may be the answer.
I run classes and evening courses for performers and the general public. I began my career in theatre and theatre-in-education. Now I help others to fulfil their potential in their performance! I am resident Alexander Technique teacher at the Folk House, work for Bristol City Council, and am a guest tutor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
I’ve worked in theatre as a director, education officer and arts marketer for companies including Gwent Theatre, Theatre Royal Bath and art + power. I still work freelance giving workshops in drama and storytelling for organisations as various as Bristol City Council (Learning Communities Team) and Christ Church Clifton.
I got interested in the Alexander Technique when strain-related injuries stopped me from working and enjoying activities I loved.
I couldn’t use the computer, couldn’t play recorder, couldn’t knit, couldn’t even cook. Life was pretty hard for a while.
I was astonished by the transformation the Technique was having on my entire life – and not just on my physical difficulties. So, I decided to train to become a teacher and help others make the same discoveries.
I am now resident Alexander Technique teacher for the Bristol Folk House, am a guest tutor at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and teach for Bristol City Council. I am also a singer, and my recorder quartet called Pink Noise recently won a category at the Bristol Eisteddfod!