Alexander lessons are very informal. You wear normal (preferably loose) clothes. You have to take your shoes off. Lessons normally last 40 - 45 minutes.

We try to get our pupils fully and actively involved in lessons. We generally give them "homework" to practise between lessons. The aim is to help you to help yourself. We are constantly finding out more ourselves so there is always plenty for you to learn.

The current cost of a normal 45 minute lesson is £40. Introductory lessons of one hour minimum cost £45. Lessons shared between two persons are for one hour and cost £45.

Concessions are available for those who need them - we do not want the cost to bar anyone who wants to learn the Technique.

We are both members of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT).


Neal Morley

The Alexander Technique first helped me with a neck problem caused by my poor sitting posture when I was a lawyer. From 1987 to 1990 I trained at The Alexander Re-education Centre in Aylesbury. Since 1990 I have been teaching the Alexander Technique from home at Duns Tew near Banbury and in Milton Keynes.

I work with people from all walks of life including many suffering from disabilities.


Anne Morley

I qualified as an Alexander Teacher in 1987 and have been teaching in Duns Tew since then.

I enjoy teaching all ages and find it as rewarding to work with school children as well as elderly pupils. Amongst my pupils are riders, violinists, office workers, gardeners, hairdressers, yoga students and teachers, all of whom are helped by lessons.