Frances Butt ITM

Alexander Technique

the study of thinking in relation to movement

This work is an exercise in finding out what thinking really is.

FM Alexander
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Welcome.

I teach group and one-to-one classes in Clifton, Bristol. Click here to get in touch.

Would you like to raise your game? Move more easily? Think more clearly?

Perhaps:

  • you’d like to improve a movement technique, say, in sports or music.
  • you wish you felt less stiff, sore and tired (e.g. 'computer neck-ache').
  • you’ve tried various therapies or exercises, to no avail.
  • your recovery from an injury isn't going too well*.

The Alexander Technique is a powerful tool for change.  Unlike any system of exercise, it’s about doing less - stopping doing things that are getting in your way - rather than trying to fix them by doing even more things, which may just exacerbate the problem.  Sounds like sense, doesn't it?   Yet, though we may want to change for the better, it’s not always so easy.  Here’s where I may be of service.

With the Interactive Teaching Method I can help you work out where your problems lie and reason out solutions for yourself.  This makes for real, deep, lasting and even continual improvement.

If you’d like to know more, I’d be delighted to hear from you.

I am a CNHC accredited teacher.
Under the Data Protection Act 1998 I am also ICO registered.

7-Week Group Classes

11.30am TUESDAY 13th FEBRUARY

7pm, WEDNESDAY 14th FEBRUARY

£100 if you book before the end of January.

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Full-day workshop: Saturday 10th February

A fabulous opportunity to experience intensive work with 4 different teachers in one day! 10am to 5pm at Stoke Lodge, Bristol.
Just £55

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Frances is a wonderful, inspirational and sensitive teacher.

Hilary, RHS Gardener

I have had several Alexander teachers over many years: Frances stands out as being not only knowledgeable and skilled - she teaches with tremendous warmth, sensitivity, humour and a genuine interest in people. She is a great advocate and role model for the Alexander Technique and I highly recommend her.