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    What to expect in a lesson

    The technique is taught using gentle hands on work and verbal instruction. Part of the lesson will be spent on a massage-type table, the rest could involve you standing, walking or sitting on a chair.  

    Loose fitting clothes are recommended for ease of movement and also a warm pair of socks as we work without shoes.

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    A Private Lesson

    A typical one to one lesson will teach you how to release unwanted tension during everyday activities. You will also learn about the background to the technique and how F.M. Alexander developed his way of leaving old habits behind. You will start to become more aware of your own body use and you will be given things to do at home ready for your next lesson.

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    A Semi Private Lesson

    Sharing a lesson with a friend or family member will include all of the above but has the added advantage of you being able to share observations with another pupil.

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    Talks & Demonstrations

    Talks generally take place at an indoor venue of the group’s choosing and are interactive with plenty of time for questions and answers.

    Workshop sessions require a larger venue than my studio and are a good way for a group to follow up a talk. These are practical sessions where participants can experience for themselves some of the things they have heard about earlier.

    Demonstrations involve the use of volunteer “pupils” who will show an audience the practical uses of the technique.

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    Lessons with your Horse

    A safe area is required for mounted AT lessons – an indoor or outdoor arena is preferable but an enclosed corner of a field is acceptable. If you do not have your own school it is your responsibility to hire and pay for a facility. This is not included in the cost of the lesson.

    I am fully insured to teach you on your own or loaned horse/pony.

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