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The Teachers

Seán Carey - Brita Forsstrom - David Glassman - Kamal Thapen

STAT Logo All our teachers have completed the required three years full time training, are members of STAT (the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique) and adhere to a published code of ethical and professional standards.

Seán Carey PhD M.STAT
01727 835820

Formerly a researcher and lecturer in social anthropology, he qualified in 1985. He became interested in the AT after breaking his leg in a motorbike accident. He now runs workshops for doctors and members of the British Dental Association. He is co-author of three books on the AT including Explaining The Alexander Technique (Mouritz 2004).

Brita Forsstrom M.STAT
020 7833 4854 / 07739 796 514

She has been teaching the AT since 1984, has extensive experience in giving seminars and workshops and is co-author of The Alexander Technique for Pregnancy and Childbirth (Gollanz 1995). She currently teaches AT for actors at the City Lit and runs a practice in Bloomsbury WC1. She also teaches in Singapore.

David Glassman M.STAT
020 8455 1317

From a commercial background, David initially used the AT to overcome a knee problem. He qualified in 1986 and teaches in adult education and at a large solicitors' practice. David is a qualified natural vision teacher. He also practices in Golders Green.

Kamal Thapen MSc FCollT M.STAT
020 7223 1868 / 07775 934 448

Kamal got involved with the AT due to persistent back pain. From a business background, he understands the pressures and demands of commercial life and the impact that stress has on the body. He holds workshops in the workplace for organisations like Chanel. He also teaches AT and T'ai Chi in South London:

Loretta Manson M.STAT
07949 190595

Loretta first encountered the AT in 1989, whilst taking singing lessons. It became an essential tool for managing scoliosis-related back pain and injury recovery. Loretta is a keen amateur dancer and the AT has greatly enriched her experience of dancing Argentine tango and lindy hop. She also teaches in Wandsworth Common.

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