Richard Casebow

Since it was founded in 1994, The Edinburgh Alexander Centre has been offering lessons and workshops to the public.The Edinburgh Alexander Centre is based at its own dedicated home of 2b Clarence Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5AQ.

Principal Teacher

The principal teacher of the Edinburgh Alexander Centre is its founder Richard Casebow. Richard has been teaching since 1994 and is active within the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT), helping, among other things, to organise their annual conference in Edinburgh in 2003. Richard himself came to the Alexander Technique as the most effective form of self-help for dealing with his then recurring sciatica. This problem had interrupted and ultimately ended his first choice of career as a Chartered Accountant.

Richard had tried several approaches without success before starting lessons in the Alexander Technique. Its emphasis on how you do things and prevention allowed him to return to living an active life, including swimming, dancing and hill walking. Other interests for Richard are food and music, particularly opera.

In addition to maintaining his teaching practice within the Edinburgh Alexander Centre, Richard also practices as a counsellor and psychotherapist. He is a member of the Personal Construct Psychology Association and registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy.

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