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Alexander Technique and Cycling

Workshops in London WC1

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In this workshop we will explore applying the Alexander Technique to cycling. Beginning with an introduction to the basic principles of the Technique we will move on to practical activities relating to our use on a bike. There will be an opportunity to use a cycle trainer indoors before moving outside for some cycling. This workshop is suitable for all cyclists with or without experience of the Alexander Technique.

Michelle Cole and Natacha Osorio

Natacha Osorio

020 8444 8836
07884 015954

With a background in the performing arts, Natacha Osorio has been teaching the Alexander Technique since 1991, when she qualified as a teacher at the Constructive Teaching Centre for Alexander Technique in London. Over the years, she has worked extensively in her private practice, teaching people from all walks of life. She has also worked in various drama training institutions including Central School of Speech and Drama and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. This has given her the opportunity to investigate, develop and practise the Alexander Technique in relationship to vocal and physical work. She has also been able to exploit her experience in pregnancy and childbirth when teaching the Alexander Technique.

Michelle Cole

020 8690 0801
079 4003 3728

Michelle Cole (MSTAT) trained with Walter and Dilys Carrington. She has been working at the Bloomsbury Alexander Centre since 1998 and also works in South East London and Docklands. She has experience of working with pupils from a wide range of backgrounds including office workers, health workers, teachers, musicians and other performers. She has also run introductory workshops for companies and organisations including Credit Suisse and the Royal London Hospital.
She is a keen cyclist and has travelled extensively; often with the bike! Michelle has a website at www.gooduse.com