Having been introduced to the Alexander Technique in 1972 he has used the technique for over 40 years. He was trained as a professional teacher of the technique by a protégé of the founder, F M Alexander in the ’80’s and has a very busy full time practice in central London. He also works in his home town of Beaminster, Dorset.
Noël has been in regular demand over the last two decades by the press for feature articles demonstrating and explaining the technique in simple and easy to understand terms and how it helps overcome postural problems such as back pain, neck tension and stress. He regularly appears in the press and TV and has worked with many celebrity and high profile clients. He is the author of ‘Free Yourself from Back Pain – A guide to the Alexander Technique’ published by Kyle Kathie Ltd and ‘Perfect Poise, Perfect Life’ published by Hodder & Stoughton.’
Alexander Technique lessons with Noël are not only relaxing, but energising and informative. With his lifetime’s experience of using the technique and with the strength and power of his hands-on work, along with his exceptionally clear explanations, pupils get the best chance of making changes quickly and effectively to their posture, co-ordination and balance. The potential of what may be achieved by a course of lessons is clearly demonstrated in an initial Introductory Session and anyone interested in having Alexander Technique lessons from Noël Kingsley is strongly recommended to arrange one.
Noël Kingsley’s consulting rooms in London provide a relaxed, comfortable and calm environment in which to benefit from Alexander Technique lessons. His work is specific for the individual and complete confidentiality is assured.
Noël gives Alexander Technique lessons in central London and also from his home in Beaminster, Dorset.
|Noël Kingsley MSTAT
21 Harcourt House
19 Cavendish Square
W1G 0PLEnquiries and appointments
+44 (0)20 7491 3505
Noël also teaches at:
3 St Mary Well Street
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| View Larger MapNoël Kingsley’s practice is just behind John Lewis department store on Oxford Street.