Alison first had Alexander lessons in 1980 and qualified as a teacher in 1990. She has been a full-time teacher on the Alexander Technique Studio teacher training course since 1997, and she also teaches privately. Alison is an artist with a B.A. and an M.F.A. in Fine Art.
Tel. 07944 593 656
Susanna worked as a PA and Office Manager in the media industry for a number of years with companies including Columbia Pictures and Canal Plus. She discovered the Alexander Technique in 1994 when she was suffering from neck and shoulder pain and graduated as a teacher in 2007 from the Constructive Teaching Centre. Susanna also teaches the Alexander Technique at a GP’s surgery in Parsons Green.
Tel. 07887 592 361
Hidemi is a professional singer and a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher in 1996. She teaches at two Alexander teacher training courses and is a registered Alexander Technique teacher of the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine and the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. She also lectures on the Music Course at Soai University and Doshisha Women’s college of Liberal Arts, Japan.
Tel. 07905 301 645
Roger qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher in 1993. Since 2003 he has been an assistant director of the London Centre for the Alexander Technique in north London. He also teaches in Finsbury Park, and is a Craniosacral therapist.
Tel. 0790 500 3026
Vivienne discovered the invaluable and practical use of the Alexander Technique during her training as an actress; her profession of 25 years, performing in theatre, television and film. She later found it very helpful in dealing with the aftermath of a bad skiing accident. In 2007 she completed a three year, full time-training course at the Constructive Teaching Centre in London. She teaches privately and at an osteopathic practice in Dulwich.
Tel: 0780 372 7450
James was first introduced to the Alexander Technique at drama school in the early 1990s and returned to regular lessons when suffering from vocal problems as a young actor: the very same reason FM Alexander started his own work on himself in the 1890s! He trained for three years at the Alexander Technique Studio in South London and founded the Pimlico Centre for the Alexander Technique in 2006, whilst he was working as an actor in London’s West End. Nowadays, he combines teaching the Technique with teaching in the corporate world on both impactful communication skills and the productivity methodology “Getting Things Done®”.
Tel. 07956 562411
Ruth was first inspired by Alexander’s ideas as a pianist studying Performing Arts at Leicester. She began her Alexander training in London and attained her professional qualification in New York in 2001. Ruth has taught in New York, Tokyo, Singapore, and currently in the UK, working with people from all walks of life both individually and in groups. Alongside her private practice she has extensive experience as a consultant in corporate and performing arts environments, promoting the benefits of the Technique through interactive workshops and presentations.
Tel. 07590 406267
All our teachers are dedicated to sharing this important and facinating work with you in the clearest and most useful ways possible.
Everyone teaching at Pimlico Centre has completed a full-time three year training course, has taught extensively in private practice and most are involved in the training of new Alexander teachers. All the teachers are members of The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique and adhere to a published code of ethical and professional standards.