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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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Chris Swain returns to BNHC to continue his 'Anatomy and Yoga' workshop series - this time looking at understanding stress. ... read more
Vital Woman Yoga Workshop, Sunday 7 May
Too many of us are so busy in our lives we often forget to look after ourselves and honour our natural rhythms. When was the last time you took some time for yourself to nourish and connect to yourself as a woman?  ... read more

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