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Alexander Technique and Voice

Workshops in London WC1


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or 07990 976 048
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Workshops

New dates to be announced
The workshops are one-off sessions in which actors and others interested in vocal work are guided through the principles of the Alexander Technique into Vocal work. Some previous experience of the Technique is essential. The teachers will refresh and explore the principles of the Alexander Technique and then, in the second part of the session, focus on the application of these principles to the use of the voice.

Teachers:
Gilly Sharpes and Natacha Osorio

Natacha Osorio

Tel:
020 8444 8836
Mobile:
07884 015954
E-mail

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.


Gilly Sharpes


Tel:
020 7431 6128
Mobile:
07990 976 048
E-mail

Gilly’s background is originally in theatre as an actor and director. Since 1990 she has worked as a voice teacher with actors, lecturers, barristers and other professionals in theatre, television and the commercial sector. She trained as an Alexander Technique teacher with Walter and Dilys Carrington at The Constructive Teaching Centre and, since graduating in 2004, has combined the Alexander Technique with her work as a voice teacher. She teaches at LAMDA, the Bloomsbury Alexander Centre and has an active teaching practice at her home in Hampstead.