Bodel Rikys

Bodel Rikys, also an artist/author and meditation teacher, has a long-standing interest in the multi-layered aspects of the Alexander Technique. Her first Alexander lesson was with Dr Barlow in 1980. Wanting to deepen her understanding of the work, she trained as a teacher with LCATT, qualifying in 2012. Bodel teaches individuals and groups in Central and North London.

Eleni Vosniadou

Eleni Vosniadou works with groups and individuals worldwide and is fascinated by the study of mind/body. Eleni qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher from LCATT in 2012. With a background in music Eleni is the founder and director of Consciência Corporal para Músicos in Brazil, coaching musicians to optimize performance by developing skilful body awareness. Eleni is… Continue reading Eleni Vosniadou

Xiaosong Que

Xiaosong Que, originally from Shanghai, she studied in Berlin and moved to London. She found Alexander Technique in Buenos Aires, pursuing her passion for dancing tango. She qualified from LCATT in 2012 and has taught in London, Buenos Aires and Shanghai, giving workshops to dancers and actors at the London Contemporary Dance School and Shanghai Theatre Academy.… Continue reading Xiaosong Que

Esther Miltiadous

Esther Miltiadous first had Alexander Technique lessons in 1998 when suffering with sciatic pain. She qualified as a teacher in 2013. She has assisted at the Royal College of Music, given workshops for local physiotherapists, and classes for elderly people in retirement homes. She teaches Alexander to children at Educare Small School, Kingston and is part… Continue reading Esther Miltiadous

Nikki Brin

Nikki Brin qualified from LCATT in 2013. She currently teaches in Bristol. Having worked in the corporate environment for 15 years, she takes an interest in working with people from a similar background. She has assisted Professor Peter Buckoke at the Royal College of music and given group workshops at the Highbury Grove music academy.

Deborah Levy

Deborah Levy started AT lessons in 1988 after a back injury. She qualified as a teacher in 2014. She has assisted at the Royal College of Music, ArtsEd Drama School and given lessons at Carers Well-Being days. She has run a course for Age UK, volunteered at Paul’s Cancer Centre in Clapham and has a private… Continue reading Deborah Levy

Andy Smith

Andy Smith, a former sports journalist, came to the Technique after years of sporting and work-related injuries. As such he has a particular interest in reducing injury and improving performance, in sports, music, acting or simply everyday life. He also offers Alexander running lessons. He is involved in the Alexander in Education special interest group and teaches… Continue reading Andy Smith

Helen Kearns

Helen Kearns graduated from LCATT in 2016 having previously trained in music and librarianship. As a piano teacher she shares the Alexander Technique with her students in schools and private practice, and with young students at the Ingenium International Music Summer Schools at Winchester College. She teaches at Mill Hill School and has an AT… Continue reading Helen Kearns