Learning the Alexander Technique with Gail Barlow
Individual Alexander Technique sessions at her clinics on Mondays and Wednesdays in the Wellness Centre, Northallerton in North Yorkshire. A preliminary assessment and introductory session is advised in order to determine the suitability of the work to an individual's needs.
One-to-one sessions are the most usual and obviously the most effective method of learning the Technique, since 100% personal verbal and 'hands-on' attention can be given to the individual and to their problems/needs. Individual sessions can be for general issues or tailored specifically for performing artists.
Gail also runs occasional days of individual taster sessions in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support at various locations throughout North Yorkshire and Co. Durham, including Richmond, Northallerton and Barnard Castle.
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Gail Barlow is the Director of Dolphin Alexander Courses, which she set up in 1990 after completing the three-year full-time Alexander Technique Teacher Training Course and qualifying as a Teacher of the F M Alexander Technique.
Gail trained as an Alexander Teacher in the eighties and has now worked with over 2,000 people in the UK and Europe. She is now a very experienced teacher and is able to 'tune in' and work with each person in a method and at a pace uniquely suited to their individual needs.
She is a Member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT), which was founded in 1958 and is the oldest and largest professional body of Alexander Technique teachers in the world.
Data protection and privacyAny contact and other personal details that you provide to Gail will only be used to communicate with you regarding your appointments and to provide necessary information regarding your Alexander Technique course. Any information held will be deleted 12 months after you cease to be a student. Personal information regarding students will be kept strictly confidential.