Jane Osgood – BA (Hons), BSc (Hons), MSTAT

Alexander Technique

Jane trained as an Alexander teacher at Fellside Alexander School in the Lake District. She then completed a postgraduate course with Walter and Dilys Carrington, two of Alexander’s original teachers.

Jane has been teaching the Alexander technique for over 20 years. She teaches individuals and groups and has taught students at the Manchester Alexander training school. She is a teaching member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT).

The Alexander Technique is a skill for self-development. It teaches us to change long-standing habits that are causing unnecessary tension. Learning the Alexander Technique can enhance performance in any activity and can relieve the pain and stress caused by postural habits such as slouching on rounding the shoulders. The Alexander Technique can help you to overcome back and neck pain, relieve muscle tension and stiffness, overcome breathing and vocal problems and help with anxiety and stress related conditions. It can be of particular benefit to musicians and those involved in sports. Many women find it of great benefit in pregnancy.

Once you have learned the Alexander technique it will stay with you for life.