Sarah is an Alexander Technique teacher and a member of The Society of The Teachers of The Alexander Technique (STAT). She believes that Alexander Technique lessons are beneficial to everyone, and she helps people to manage the stress and anxiety in their lives by helping them to balance body and mind. She believes that whatever you do the Alexander Technique can help you to do it better.
Sarah has a relaxed, friendly approach to her lessons and believes that a course in the Alexander technique can provide a much-needed reset in the modern world. The Alexander Technique is a wonderful tool for improving posture and self-esteem, easing joint pain and long-term chronic pain and combating fatigue. It can help you to improve your presentation skills and feel more confident and relaxed in your day-to-day life.
Sarah originally sought out Alexander Technique lessons as a young actor experiencing vocal problems. She was fascinated by how they also helped to cure the chronic tendonitis in her wrists.
She undertook a three-year full time training course at The Brighton College for The Alexander Technique under the tuition of Carolyn Nicholls, then went on to train under Niamh Dowling, at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, specialising in applying the Alexander Technique to the performing arts.
Sarah has been practising the technique for the past fourteen years. She currently teaches both one to one lessons and specialist workshops for groups on request.