Bradley Newman
Alexander Technique


Are you interested in learning the Alexander Technique?

What happens in a lesson

The Alexander Technique is something you learn, rather than a form of treatment.

A lesson aims to give the student an experience of moving and holding their bodies in a better way, as well as a means of practising this for themselves between lessons. The teacher uses their hands to gently guide the student while also giving verbal explanation for the student to apply.

Simple movements are used at first - sitting, standing, walking - so the student can learn to prevent unnecessary and interfering habits. As the student improves, they can apply their new skills to more complex activities such as singing, running, playing the piano - whatever is most relevant to them.

As teaching is hands on, lessons are one-to-one.


Bradley is registered as a health fund provider for Alexander Technique

Some health funds provide rebates for lessons, so get in touch if you wish to discuss your health fund and what they can provide.