Nick Chapman Alexander Technique

Poise Alexander Technique on Clubhouse the new talking App.

Clubhouse Social Media Review

Clubhouse is the latest social media sensation rocking the internet and adding to your entertainment. The invite-only factor has added an element of excitement to the project and has the experts lining up to become top clubhouse dog. And they are working very hard. Is Clubhouse working? The truth is the cynic in me thought it was a crazy idea. In truth, I have been proven wrong. Clubhouse is an extraordinary phenom. Literally, hundreds of people gather into virtual rooms and engage in talks about everything from money, love, sex, mindfulness, clubhouse and yes, wait for it…Alexander Technique.

Clubhouse v Podcasts.

In order to write a good clubhouse social media review, it is important to compare it with podcasts because it is really like listening to one. But it is better because you get to interact with the speaker and get your questions answered. Best of all it is live. Putting the speaker on the spot really lets you know who actually knows their stuff.

What is really surprising and a great plus is that people are so enthusiastic. Sometimes a ‘room’, as the different talks are referred to, can be full of people from all over the world, listening in and contributing their own experiences to the event.

Guided Talks

One thing that lends itself very well to the whole Clubhouse experience and something I really like is that because it is audio and audio-only, it is a very good platform for guided relaxations, meditations and anything where you take part just by listening. Yes, people do play live music. If you want to do a daily meditation, you will find plenty. Guided relaxations are something that you can find easily.

Alexander Technique on Clubhouse

Poise Alexander Technique (room name)

We have now been running a room on Clubhouse for a few weeks. Topics have ranged from the role eyes play in the Alexander Technique work, our own personal journeys and last week we were discussing the Alexander Technique as a self-help technique. The room was attended by classical musicians, yoga teachers and even a female bodybuilder so we had a great mix of people and it was fun. Discussions are really interesting and can become quite informative. We usually have three Alexander Teachers as hosts of our events, so you can get a really good idea about the work.

Why not pay us a visit?

The Poise Alexander Technique is a room hosted by myself and Erin Haung. You can find the schedule once you have found the room. We are usually busily chatting away at 6:30 pm Saturdays and I am now hosting a guided relaxation on Wednesdays 1 pm BST GMT +1

We hope to see you there.

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Nick Chapman is an Alexander Technique teacher in private practice.

He qualified as a teacher at The Constructive Teaching Centre Lansdowne road in Holland Park and is a member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique. He holds the certificate for teachers of the F. Matthias Alexander Technique. He was trained by W.H.M. Carrington.and D.M.G. Carrington. W.H.M. Carrington studied with Alexander and was the most influential teacher in the country. He is now a legend. His wife Dylis was also his teacher and was just as influential.

Nick Chapman is employed by Merrill Lynch and UBS as the resident Alexander Teacher.

Nick Chapman has considerable experience in the treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal, stress and anxiety related problems.

He worked with the Odyssey Trust, where he used Alexander Technique and other relaxation methods for the relief of drug withdrawal.

He also worked in nursing homes where the nurses found great benefits using the technique for stress and the management of various physical problems from maneuvering and handling high risk patients.