Alexander Technique Lessons in Hertfordshire and Essex with Elizabeth Hathaway (MSTAT)

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Following government guidance on close contact work, I am open for individual Alexander lessons following strict hygiene measures and wearing of PPE. If you are not able to attend in person I also offer online sessions over Zoom. If you would like to discuss anything further please contact me. 

Unlock your potential with the Alexander Technique

Find out how the Alexander Technique can greatly enhance the performance and enjoyment for all sporty and active people.

The Alexander Technique is a method of mental and physical re-education by which people learn better use of themselves in all activities.

How can Elizabeth help you

Beneficial for back pain and stress related disorders

It has proved beneficial to those suffering from back pain, stress related disorders, recovery from accidents and those with posture related difficulties.

One to one tuition

Elizabeth Hathaway is situated in Bishop’s Stortford and offers one to one tuition of the Alexander Technique to clients in the surrounding area including Stansted, Sawbridgeworth, Harlow, Hertford, Ware and Saffron Walden.

Ideally located for Hertfordshire and Essex

Elizabeth is ideally located for those wishing to study the technique in Hertfordshire (Herts), Essex and Cambridgeshire.

Benefits people from all walks of life

Elizabeth teaches the technique to people from all walks of life including sports people, dancers, horse riders, singers, teachers, actors, musicians and expectant mothers.

Over 25 years experience

With over 25 years experience of teaching the technique, Elizabeth has helped many people overcome back pain and other posture related ailments.

Seminars and Workshops

Frequently, Elizabeth teaches at local seminars or workshops and can often be found teaching at local colleges during the weekend.

Medical Studies of the Technique

A recent study published in the British Medical Journal demonstrated significant benefits from the use of the Alexander Technique for lower back pain.

The study found that 24 lessons of the technique were most beneficial however as few as 6 lessons were found to be 70% as effective.

The study was a controlled randomised trial and found that long term benefits were unlikely to be due to the placebo effect.

For more information see the Society for Teachers of the Alexander Technique or the British Medical Journal

Call Elizabeth now on 07957 519797 to find out if the Alexander Technique can help you.