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Peter Bloch, teacher of the Alexander Te

Welcome to my website...

I am a highly experienced teacher of the Alexander Technique based in Wilmslow, Cheshire.

(Wilmslow is near Prestbury, Poynton, Knutsford, Bramhall, Cheadle, Macclesfield, Altrincham and Manchester).

I offer individual lessons on five days each week, including evenings and Saturdays.


I offer a free consultation to help you decide if lessons in the Alexander Technique could be the help that you are looking for, and if I am the right teacher for you.


I also lead introductory classes, classes for more advanced students and the Manchester professional training course for teachers. I have an attractive studio, with ample free parking.


If you have further questions about the Alexander Technique or about lessons, or if you wish to discuss whether the AT could be helpful to you, I welcome contact by email or telephone.

The Alexander Technique is an effective way to improve your health, posture and performance.


In lessons, you learn how to carry out everyday activities in a new way - one that is freer and easier than you probably ever thought possible. The Alexander Technique is a method that restores natural grace and joy in movement.


The Alexander Technique can help with:

  • Back pain (and associated disability)*

  • Neck pain (and associated disability)

  • Pain & RSI from using computers, etc.

  • Stress, tension and tension headaches

  • Posture and appearance

  • Shoulder, knee and other joint pain/stiffness

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Breathing difficulties

  • Performance stress (stage fright)

  • Mobility & Agility

  • Balance, Poise & co-ordination

  • Graceful Ageing

  • Calmness and Clarity of Mind

  • Confidence & Self-Presentation

  • Vocal performance 

  • Sense of General Wellbeing

  • Skilled Performance in Music, Drama & Sport

  • Pregnancy and childbirth

*Lessons in the Alexander Technique reduce days with back pain by an average of 86% in patients with both chronic and recurrent back pain, even a year after lessons have been completed, according to a major study published in the British Medical Journal.

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