The Alexander Techniquewith Jill Payne


How do you learn it?

Gentle Touch and Direction
I use light, skilful contact and instruction to guide you in everyday activities like sitting, standing, walking - even resting - so everything you do becomes easier. You will learn to move more mindfully, rest constructively and stop problems from recurring. 

Awareness and Change
Small changes in conscious awareness can really improve your balance, gait and co-ordination. You become more comfortable and efficient in everything you do and this becomes your new habit.

Invest in Yourself 
You will soon start to feel better, and taking regular lessons over several months is the way to change for good. So, for about the cost of a holiday, you can benefit permanently. 

Alexander work is subtle and non-invasive. You wear your normal clothes (preferably trousers) and will be asked to remove your shoes, if appropriate. 

Jill Payne:  I've been teaching the Technique full-time since 2002. Journalist Sarah Warden had a taster session  - read her report online.

Call Jill for free advice about how AT could help you
on 020 8658 0820

Your teacher uses gentle touch and direction.