Want to feel your body move more easily and efficiently?
Then the Alexander Technique could be for you. It is an incredibly effective way of learning how to release unwanted tension in our bodies. This tension builds up through habits and everyday life. This can pull our bodies out of shape affecting our balance and coordination, causing problems including back and neck pain, migraines and poor posture to mention a few.
The Alexander Technique helps you regain your natural poise and coordination you had as a small child. It is a skill that you learn with the help of a teacher, enabling you to use it in everyday life. The technique is NOT a treatment or therapy such as massage or manipulation nor is it an exercise regime like Pilates or yoga. However it can help enhance any activities you do such as yoga, horse riding or playing an instrument.
Sarah Witkin is an accredited Alexander Technique and horse riding teacher, based near Saffron Walden on the borders of Essex, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, who has been teaching for over 10 years.
To find our more about the Alexander Technique and what is involved in a lesson click here.
Did you know that the Alexander Technique can be applied to horse riding?
Learning or improving your riding can be a stressful, frustrating and tense process. Not only for the horse but also for the rider. By incorporating the Alexander Technique with horse riding lessons Sarah helps you to achieve your goals with less stress, less frustration and tension enabling you to improve your riding and partnership with your horse.
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