Alexander Technique in Cardiff

Tim Kjeldsen

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Move Better: Feel Better: Perform Better

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Why learn the Alexander Technique?

For over 100 years, people have been learning and practising the Alexander Technique to help relieve pain and discomfort, promote health and well-being, improve performance in everyday and specialised activities, and contribute to personal growth and development.

Sounds a lot for one Technique! But it makes sense and it works. Look around the site  and see for yourself or contact me at for more information. 

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Move better

If you learn to use less unnecessary muscular effort in activity, you will feel lighter and freer, and this can make you feel more positive, confidence and poised. You also look better: more upright and relaxed, more at ease in your body. And you may get relief from all sorts of aches and pains, stiffness and tension that dogs our everyday lives, some of it so entrenched that we don’t even know we have it until it begins to go.

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Feel better

And there are health consequences too: chronic muscular tension interferes with our internal functioning, restricts breathing and blood circulation and creates poor general conditions which may predispose us towards ill health. Although it is not any kind of treatment, learning the Alexander Technique can be a big contribution to restoring and maintaining good general health and well-being.

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Perform better

Using yourself in a better balanced, more coordinated way means that you tend to do things better, so you may find your golf, violin playing, yoga, or keyboard skills improving as you gradually trade control by brute muscular effort for control through a a more refined practical understanding of how you are designed to work. That’s why Performing Arts colleges have Alexander Technique teachers on the staff.