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Alexander Technique

Change your posture, change your life…

Joshua is the most experienced Alexander Technique practitioner in Manchester and the North West with over 35 years’ experience helping people improve their posture.

The Alexander Technique is a proven self-care practice that reduces pain, increases mobility and provides long-term pain relief.

Each session will be tailored to your specific needs, through listening to your symptoms and observing your movement, giving you the tools to improve your patterns of movement and habitual postures.

The technique engages your body’s central support system to help reduce straining and overusing your body’s surface muscles, and teaches you carry out routine activities such as lifting, walking, climbing stairs, getting out of a car/bed/chair, reaching and climbing stairs without pain.

Six benefits of this therapy:

  • Eases muscular and joint pain and stiffness
  • Improves posture, movement and balance
  • Improves breathing and vocal problems
  • Relieves anxiety and tension
  • Helps prevent injury in music, drama and sport
  • Supports pregnancy and childbirth
My clients say...

Mary M

“Although Mr Enkin is a practitioner of many years standing, he continues to study the healing arts widely. This gives him the ability to assess quickly and accurately the needs of his patients at whatever level of life situation.”

Carolyn D

“After crippling back pain and subsequent surgery, I have been helped back to absolutely normal function, health and happiness with the support and treatment I have received with Joshua. It is difficult to imagine now how things were back then – a testament to his care.”

Clare T

“A wonderful therapist who treated me with so much compassion and care throughout many IVF struggles and success. Joshua made me feel completely at ease from my initial consultation and the whole way through my treatment. I could not recommend him highly enough. A fountain of knowledge and experience.”

Niam

“I have known Joshua for twenty years, initially as my teacher and subsequently as a colleague. During that time he had his own practice as well as teaching the Alexander Technique as a part of performance training in a range of different contexts, including individual and group work. He is experienced and knowledgeable in many…