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The following message is from Alexander Teacher Fiona Cranwell and is an invitation to learn about the Alexander Technique and its possible benefits for ME.



I'd like to invite you along to enjoy an experiment with me.

I've some time booked at OSCAILT and have been using it as an experimental space.

From 10.30am to 12.00pm for the next 4 Tuesdays I will be there and I will work with whoever shows up. I am putting aside my agenda and plan for classes and I will work with whoever is in the group and wants to explore or experience Alexander work.

It is an experiment in exploring the work and being in the moment. After all that's what it's all about.

No ten week commitment. No financial demands. Just a room with me and you and whoever shows up and we will explore and learn about whatever comes up that day and how applying the ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE might help a movement, or activity or thinking process.

I usually like to have a structure whereby we can explore around a subject or activity. But I love the idea of freedom with it and the possibility that it might work or might not. But it doesn't matter. We're simply exploring being.

So to create a metaphor from my olden cooking days, I'll be there in the kitchen ready to cook with whatever ingredients you bring. We'll have a look at them, add Alexander's recipe and hopefully create something delicious, like an insight or a release, for you to take home and enjoy in your life.

You do not need to RSVP. Know that I'll be there from 10.30am to 12.00pm for the next four weeks and if you want to explore this work again you'll know where to find me.

If you have questions please call me on 087 6503523.

OSCAILT, 8 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

See here for map.

I have centred the cross over where OSCAILT is and you can zoom in and out to get your bearings.

Be good to yourself.


Fiona Cranwell
087 6503523


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