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The Alexander Technique is about looking at ‘what we’re up to’ in our daily lives. Have we picked up habits that might be doing us harm? Do you get tired sitting at a computer for hours? You may be developing 'computer neck' which can lead to shoulder and back pain and even repetitive strain injury.

These sessions are specifically designed to help office workers and regular users of laptops and compluters. Retrain your body to use the correct postural muscles that, by their very nature, tire less easily.

Feedback from a recent workshop participant: "I am moving differently now and it is as if your instruction has unlocked my body. I only wish I had been on one of your courses earlier. I tried jogging and walking and find I can go further. I know I am only a novice but it has made a great difference. I am recommending the Alexander Technique to my friends!"

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De-Stress Yoga workshop, Saturday 25 March
Charotte continues her series of De-stress workshops 'Expanse, freedom and space'.   ... read more
Therapeutic Sound Bath, Sunday 26 March
Relax and come into balance with the healing power of sound with Catherine Hutchinson. ... read more
'Finding your feet' Scaravelli Yoga workshop, Saturday 1 April
A somatic movement exploration into a scaravelli inspired yoga practice with Jane Manze. Explore and enjoy the qualities of our wonderful feet! ... read more
Yoga Teacher Forum - The Brighton Yoga Festival, Sunday 2 April
As part of the BNHC Community Programme we are running an ongoing series of events for the local yoga teacher community.  ... read more
Yin Yoga with Myofascial Release workshop, Saturday 8 April
For people who sit a lot! Are you a deskbound worker? Do you spend a lot of time driving or sitting on public transport? Is your lifestyle sedentary? ... read more

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