Posture and Alexander Technique
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The Alexander Technique is very effective for improving posture, although probably not in the way that you expect. The Alexander Technique improves posture by improving your use of yourself as a whole. Through learning to use ourselves as nature intended we become straighter, more relaxed and more free of unnecessary tension in everything we do. A consequence of this is better posture. Practitioners of the Alexander Technique who are available to help with posture are located in North London, Birmingham and St Albans.
The human body has an amazing ability to recover from injury and bad postural habits that align the skeleton inefficiently and allow the muscles to be used in a unbalanced way. The Alexander Technique will teach good posture and advocate it as the best way to alleviate recurring posture problems which could present as back, neck or shoulder pain. Learning to use your body well helps prevent undue strain upon the skeletal structure of the body. If you would like to learn more about the Alexander technique we have practitioners in Windsor, Bristol and Kensington.
The experience of the Alexander Technique is supportive and helpful in itself, with the opportunity to discuss the reasons for your bad posture which might not always be immediately obvious. The practitioner will show you how to apply your developing understanding of the Alexander Technique to address your posture. People generally feel more positive after a treatment and feel that they may be able to develop a strategy that will help them cope better in the future and avoid a repeat of strains caused by bad posture. Practitioners experienced in the use of the Alexander Technique are located in Bristol, Inverness and Cardiff.
Whether a posture problem is the result of years of misuse of the body or the result of an injury, improving the quality of your daily postural habits is a significant aspect of recovery. Or perhaps you have frequent aches and pains, but do not know what the causes are. Years of poor postural habits may very possibly be the cause. Learning the Alexander Technique and developing better habits will help. Practitioners of the Alexander Technique who may be able to provide you with a long term solution and a road to better posture can be found in Muswell Hill, Enfield and Totterdown.
The Alexander Technique improves posture by improving the way clients make use of their body as a whole. Through learning the techniques to ensure perfect posture as nature intended we become much less prone to the ailments that prolonged bad posture can bring.