Learn the Alexander Technique to improve your performance

Performers can improve stamina, increase clarity of perception, free up spontaneity and manage stage fright. Improved self-awareness allows them to get rid of poor habits and develop a wider repertoire of skills, to dleiver the performance they envision.

Sports people can improve flexibilities timing and efficienty, to be on form more consistently. They can learn to channel their effort more appropriately and find ways to overcome limiations with case.


"My times became faster as I looked at the readouts on my displays while training using the AT. It was a real boost to my mental training to have the AT in my back pocket when I placed ninth in the 1999 Canadian women's Open Lightweight Erging Championships and when I rowed in the Masters Nationals (5 gold) and World Lightweight Championships (2 gold) and the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta (1 gold). I was thrilled with my placings in these events and I can definitely say without hesitation that I wouldn't have had the rowing success that I have had the luxury of experiencing in my short time on the water without finding the AT and the great teachers that I have had the privilege to work with."
Valerie Thompson Williams, Rowing masters gold medalist

"Through the Alexander Technique I was able to rehabilitate my running after 25 years of being unable to run through injuries, to the extent that I was able to set ten world records for veterans in 1982."
Paul Collins, Canadian national marathon champion in 1949-1952

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