Feel easy, move easy, sleep easy

Learn Mindfulness or Alexander Technique online

Learn how to sit, walk and move with more ease

Learn how to meditate (in a way that works for you)

Feel calmer, more balanced and alive

Work with stress, anxiety, pain and/or insomnia 

Welcome! Whether you are looking to feel easier in mind or body, you have come to the right place.  Both Mindfulness and Alexander Technique practices are ways of inviting more ease into your life.  We can work with tension, pain, anxiety, stress or insomnia or any areas where you feel a bit ‘stuck’, unbalanced or just under-resourced.  Perhaps you want to improve your posture or balance or simply learn how to do any activity with less effort and more ease.  With Alexander Technique or Mindfulness courses or classes (online or face-to-face), you can develop new skills, discover your inner resources and enhance your wellbeing on all levels.  Making space for you to enjoy life more fully and whole-heartedly. Let’s work together to explore the possibilities…

Dates for your diary:

Sat 30th January 2021 10.00 – 11.20 am, Sneak Peek (enjoy a preview session of the New Beginnings course for just £7.50).  Book your place today

Welcome! Whether you are looking to feel easier in mind or body, you have come to the right place.  Both Mindfulness and Alexander Technique practices are ways of inviting more ease into your life.  We can work with tension, pain, anxiety, stress or insomnia or any areas where you feel a bit ‘stuck’, unbalanced or just under-resourced.  Perhaps you want to improve your posture or balance or simply learn how to do any activity with less effort and more ease.  With Alexander Technique or Mindfulness courses or classes (online or face-to-face), you can develop new skills, discover your inner resources and enhance your wellbeing on all levels.  Making space for you to enjoy life more fully and whole-heartedly. Let’s work together to explore the possibilities…

Dates for your diary:

Sat 30th January 2021 10.00 – 11.20 am, Sneak Peek (enjoy a preview session of the New Beginnings course for just £7.50).  Book your place today

Both Alexander Technique and Mindfulness help to calm the nervous system and encourage a more ‘in the moment’ awareness

They both work with mind and body

Quite simply, both practices can make life a whole lot easier by helping to reverse habitual patterns that are keeping us stuck, throwing us off balance or creating issues such as pain, tension, anxiety, insomnia, headaches or tiredness

They are about using our minds and bodies in a more conscious and helpful way

Choosing which approach to work with is a personal thing.  Although many people come to the Alexander Technique because of physical discomfort or problems, many pupils had also found that it has helped reduce anxiety and worry, given them confidence in speaking and improved their self-esteem.  And people learn Mindfulness because they want to feel calmer and reduce stress levels but also to help them deal with physical pain or illness or to be more in touch with their bodies

Why learn Mindfulness?

You want to reduce stress or anxiety

You want some tools to work with pain or insomnia

You want to improve your relationships and communication skills

You want a healthy way to work with thoughts

You want to release some unhelpful habits

You want to prioritise your wellbeing

Why learn the Alexander Technique?

You want to reduce tension or discomfort

You want to improve posture, balance or mobility

You want to move with less effort and more ease

You want to explore some habits when speaking

You want to reduce anxiety or stress levels

You want to release some unhelpful habits

Before you book in or make contact, please feel free to head over to the testimonials page to see what other people thought

About me

As a teacher of both the Alexander Technique and Mindfulness in South Devon and Cornwall, I can offer you different ways  to work with pain, tension, anxiety and/or stress.

One-to-one Alexander Technique lessons or classes, 8 week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses or tailor-made Mindfulness or Alexander Technique sessions are available.  I also offer classes where I combine both approaches.

Working with both practices enhances my own well-being and helps me make better choices in day-to-day life as well as enabling me to work in a heart-centred way with my pupils and clients.  I love that this work is about supporting others to thrive and have more say in their own physical, mental and emotional health.  It’s not about trying to be perfect, it’s about being more real, more alive and discovering the ease that is available to us in any moment.

I spent 3 years training to teach the Alexander Technique, qualifying in 2008 (MSTAT).  I then spent a further 3 years training in Mindfulness Based Approaches with Bangor University, Breathworks and Exeter University.  I adhere to the Good Practice Guidelines for Teaching Mindfulness Based Courses and the professional standards required by STAT, the largest professional association of Alexander teachers worldwide.

About me

As a teacher of both the Alexander Technique and Mindfulness in South Devon and Cornwall, I can offer you different ways  to work with pain, tension, anxiety and/or stress.

One-to-one Alexander Technique lessons or classes, 8 week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses or tailor-made Mindfulness or Alexander Technique sessions are available.  I also offer classes where I combine both approaches.

Working with both practices enhances my own well-being and helps me make better choices in day-to-day life as well as enabling me to work in a heart-centred way with my pupils and clients.  I love that this work is about supporting others to thrive and have more say in their own physical, mental and emotional health.  It’s not about trying to be perfect, it’s about being more real, more alive and discovering the ease that is available to us in any moment.

I spent 3 years training to teach the Alexander Technique, qualifying in 2008 (MSTAT).  I then spent a further 3 years training in Mindfulness Based Approaches with Bangor University, Breathworks and Exeter University.  I adhere to the Good Practice Guidelines for Teaching Mindfulness Based Courses and the professional standards required by STAT, the largest professional association of Alexander teachers worldwide.