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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Change Your Posture, Change Your Life

The Alexander Technique

From Saturday Mar 24, 2018 to Saturday Mar 31, 2018
Cost:
Book before 24/12/2017 only £665.00
Later £695.00

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Poor posture is very common and can be directly responsible for a multitude of health problems. Many people think it can improved by “sitting up straight” or “pulling the shoulders back”, but nothing could be further from the truth, as this just makes things worse. Instead, the Alexander technique releases unconscious muscular tension throughout your body that has accumulated over many years of stressful living, helping you re-discover the free and natural posture you had as a child.

You will learn new ways of moving while performing everyday tasks, discovering ways of sitting, standing and walking that put less strain on the bones, joints and muscles, thus making your body work more efficiently. Since our physical state also affects our mental one, the benefits can extend into many areas of life.

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Course Leader

Richard Brennan
Richard has taught the Alexander Technique since 1989 and written 8 books on the subject, translated into eleven languages and on sale world-wide. He has appeared on BBC I & RTE 1 and been featured in many newspapers and magazines. Richard travels widely, giving talks and presenting courses on the Alexander Technique, as well as being the director of Ireland's only Alexander Teacher Training College.
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Forthcoming...

Christmas Week
with Rachel Caine
Dec 23 - 30
A beautiful week of warm-heartedness and compassionate sharing

Starting Afresh
with Nigel Shamash
Dec 30 -
Jan 6
Time to let go of the old and welcome the new!

People Say…

"I did the same course last year and it was so good I wanted to do it again. I could do it many times. It was beautifully crafted. A great balance of instruction and exploration… it really is life changing and this course is a great introduction in a beautiful supportive environment. "

Mary Kaspar