Onsite training to improve
posture and performance in the workplace

work related musculoskeletal disorders

Tailor-made workshops to prevent musculoskeletal disorders based on the principles of the Alexander Technique.

We work with:

  • NHS
  • Businesses and Organisations
  • Educational Institutions

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CPD Workshops

Our CPD workshops are delivered in your workplace on dates that suit you

Chronic patterns of muscular tension and poor posture at work are a factor in the onset of musculoskeletal disorders. We address problems through participation and involvement of workers in identifying solutions to re-organise and optimise the way they do their work.

We use the proven methods of the Alexander Technique to address problems of posture and related MSDs, such as:

  • Back pain
  • Bursitis
  • Peritendinitis
  • Rotator cuff syndrome
  • RSI
  • Tendinitis
  • Trapezius Myalgia
  • Muscular tension and stiffness

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The Alexander Technique in the Workplace

The Alexander Technique is a practical skill that anyone can learn to recognise and change fixed patterns of muscular tension.

Chronic tension affects everything we do and is often aggravated in the workplace by operating machinery and performing repetitive tasks.

The Alexander Technique is a neuro-muscular re-education that works by re-organising the coordination of the head, neck and back to improve postural support, movement and breathing. Everybody can learn it because it is based on human physiology. To find out more about how the Alexander Technique has been shown to help many conditions see Scientific Research.

It is taught by qualified practitioners through a combination of manual and verbal instructions.

The Alexander Technique has been practised for over 100 years and is on the curriculum of drama and music colleges as an aid to efficient performance. Athletes also make good use of the Technique to improve their performance. Nowadays it is increasingly being used to improve functioning in the workplace and reduce and prevent the prevalance of work-related musculoskeletal disorders.