Alexander Technique London

Benefits of the Alexander Technique:

  • Helps back pain, neck and shoulder pain
  • Relieves computer related R.S.I.
  • Improves balance and coordination
  • Reduces headaches and migraines
  • Improves poise & posture
  • Reduces stress
  • Easier breathing
  • Lower blood pressure

Are you looking to improve your posture, health and performance in your working day?

Alexander Technique lessons in North London and Central London
Adrian Farrell MSTAT

You're probably visiting this site because you have back pain, RSI or stress.  Welcome and well done. You've taken the first step in resolving the problem, not just treating the symptoms. For ever.


Have you found other treatments only temporarily help your symptoms but not the underlying cause? Alexander Technique lessons deal with the underlying problem and puts you in control, teaching you how to take responsibility for yourself.


The Alexander Technique is clinically proven, straightforward, and employed by multinational companies including Google and the BBC to help staff cope with the challenges of office life.


It gently helps you unlearn harmful patterns of physical and mental tension that cause a wide range of common problems through a method of embodied mindfulness. It's the logical solution, showing you how to do a good deal less, so you can achieve a great deal more! 


Pain may be disrupting your working life but fixing it doesn't have to. I work in several London locations at times to suit working people. Try a course of Alexander lessons, you have nothing to lose but your pain. Call now...

Adrian Farrell MSTAT

Alexander Technique London Locations

Central London - West End (Soho)

Regent Street, W1 (Oxford Circus): Monday 10am-8pm

City Of London - East End

Devonshire Row, EC2M (Liverpool Street): Friday 2pm-8pm

North London - East Finchley

Church Lane, N2: Tuesday 10am-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm, Friday 9am-1pm, Saturday 9am-1pm

Alexander Technique Top Tips


"Adrian has been working with my 15 y.o daughter, she slouches due to over usage of digital devices and other reasons. She usually doesn't like any extra-curricular activities but on this case she really sees and feels the benefits so she goes happily to see Adrian (this never happens!). I can also see that her posture has improved and feel confident that she is acquiring good habits that will serve her for life."

Shiri Atsmon, Founder of Helpful Kids, 2019


"Adrian is a wonderful teacher. He has been engaging, enthusiastic, calm, flexible and attentive to every aspect of me. He has helped me think, move and generally function in a much better way. I would especially recommend Adrian if you are looking for an Alexander teacher who doesn't want to follow rigid rules so that you become a robot (or 'Alexandroid'!) but who gives his own, very personal and effective teaching method. I also received cranio-sacral therapy from Adrian, and can happily report that, as well as it being one of the most relaxing experiences of my life, has resulted in some deep-seated tension in my neck letting go. Thank you, Adrian!"

Ben Lucas, Corporate Lawyer, 2019

Latest News and Research

Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique Contributes to Parliamentary Report

A significant new report “Integrated Healthcare: Putting the Pieces Together” has just been published (December 2018). The report has been researched and written by, among others, Matthew Williams, Secretary of the Parliamentary Group for Integrated Healthcare (PGIH), of which STAT is a member. The authors “hope that the Report reflects the aims and aspirations of the members, and shows to the wider audience the contribution we could make to healthcare delivery.” Here, ‘members’ includes STAT, acupuncturists, complementary therapists of various kinds and many other groups. The common interest is in wanting these forms of healthcare to be better understood, their individual value to be recognised by the NHS and in wanting them to be more accessible to patients. A summary of the report’s findings and recommendations will be prepared by the SRG for the next issue of Statnews. 


Potential New Research into AT for People with Huntington's disease

A team at the University of Hull is in the early stages of developing a bid for funding to look at whether and how learning the AT. can help people with Huntington’s disease. Huntington’s disease is a genetic, progressive neurodegenerative disorder which can lead to motor symptoms, balance problems, changes in mobility and cognitive decline. There are a number of ways that A.T. could potentially help. As part of the bid development, the research team is hoping to contact STAT members to ask whether they have any experience of teaching A.T. 

to people with Huntington’s disease. 



Adrian Farrell MSTAT, member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT

Fully Accredited endorses the Alexander Technique, lessons in North London and Central London