Madelene Webb mstat
Alexander Technique Teacher
The Alexander Technique promotes wellbeing, ease of movement, improved poise, balance and coordination. It supports the self-management of health issues such as back pain and neck pain and problems associated with excessive muscle tension and is used by many as a powerful tool for self development; building self awareness, managing stress and improving performance.
Back Pain: The major clinical trail published in The British Medical Journal in 2008 found that one to one lessons in The Alexander Technique from STAT registered teachers have long term benefits for patients with chronic back pain. Read more at The British Medical Journal.
Madelene is a member of The Society of Teachers of The Alexander Technique (STAT) and has been teaching The Alexander Technique since 1997. She works at The Whitstable Osteopathic Practice and also in Deal and Canterbury.
She teaches one to one Alexander Technique lessons and also regularly runs introductory workshops for people who are considering coming for lessons but would like to know more before deciding to do so.
First lesson £45, 1 hour
Subsequent lessons £40, 45 minutes
One to one lessons are taught at The Whitstable Osteopathic Practice
Introductory Group Session
For those who may wish to come for lessons but would like to find out more first, the next An Introduction to The Alexander Technique in Whitstable group session, is scheduled for Sunday 14th October 2018, 11-12.30pm. The cost £45 includes one introductory private lesson arranged for a later date. Contact Madelene directly to find out more or book a place.
Madelene would be happy to answer any questions you have about The Alexander Technique over the phone or by email.