Does your pain affect your work or social activities? The Alexander Technique helps Australians suffering from chronic and recurring pain. The Alexander Technique offers a unique movement rehabilitation model that facilitates functional, lasting change. Avoid healthcare costs and the effect on the quality of your daily life. The Alexander Technique helps alleviate pain caused by posture, stress and tension.
Alexander Technique teachers understand your pain and can help you to change your situation. Australian Society of Teachers of Alexander Technique (AUSTAT) is committed to helping people achieve lasting change.
The Alexander Technique alleviates pain caused by posture, stress and tension. Learning the Alexander Technique can help with:
- Chronic back and neck pain
- Joint and muscle pain
- Tension headaches
- Teeth grinding
- Jaw pain
- Sore feet
- “Mouse arm”
- “Texting thumb”
- Occupational overuse syndrome
- Repetitive strains
- All posture-related pain
Learn how to avoid the build-up of daily aches and pains.
We guarantee a person-centered approach to pain management.
How it works
The Alexander Technique helps you identify the source of chronic pain and recurrent injuries and shows you how to change the way you move and hold yourself to help you end the cycle of pain.
A practical solution
The Alexander Technique can help you to reduce pain, disability and stress. We can help you to get moving safely again. Improving your posture, approach to movement and coordination helps boost confidence and stamina.
The best thing is that it is safe, cost-effective and requires no expensive technical equipment. We effect positive change in people’s lives with no gimmicks, no expensive equipment, and no nasty side effects.
Six sessions and you are likely to experience an improvement. Twelve sessions and the improvement is likely to double, and with 24 sessions you can achieve a significant and lasting change. A recent trial of the success of the Alexander Technique for people with back pain achieved an 86% reduction in the occurrence of pain per month.
Your posture might be hurting you. Check in with an Alexander Technique teacher to find out what you can do to improve your posture.
Anxiety, stress and strain all contribute to the chronic and recurrent nature of pain. Alexander Technique teachers are trained to teach you how to gain control over your tension levels and help shift the pain cycle.
Posture and stress contribute to the way you approach movement in both everyday tasks and specialist activities. Over time this movement pattern can cause discomfort, tension and overuse injury in your body. The Alexander Technique helps get to the cause of the problem, assisting you to change your posture and movement pattern. It is suitable for all ages. With the Alexander Technique it is never too late to make a change.
We are committed to helping Australians suffering from chronic and recurrent pain.