Back Pain? RSI? Stress? Tension? Alexander Technique based approach to the pain & tension. Dr Yoshi Inada gives both individual & group classes in Central London (Bloomsbury) & West London (Hanwell).
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Who am I??
Yoshi Inada MSTAT MD LRAM
I have given presentation to many hospitals and various places, such as, Sky TV, Charing Cross Hospital, St George's Hospital, Cannon Health Clubs, Harley Street Clinics, Bhavan (Indian music college), The Bridge Theatre training company, Escuela Municipal de Musica y Danze de Arona,(Teneriffe, Spain). Rio Tinto, STAT student network.
I also teach Alexander Technique at Trinity College of Music (junior dept.), Redroof Film & Televison school & Kingston grammar school (music dept) in London.
Group Lesson for Pain Sufferers
I am starting three group classes both at Bloomsbury & my private practice in Acton. It is the Alexander Technique-based approach to understanding pain, and to expanding the possibilities of changing the condition. In one way, Alexander Technique is to learn how we do, feel & think, and seek better ways of using ourselves. The pain sufferers should be better state by learning how we feel the pain, and alternating the way we deal with the pain.
I have a wide range of experience in complementary therapies---especially Cranio-sacral therapy & Bowen Technique. I have seen interesting effects from each disciplines. And through questioning how it works & what is behind in these technique, I started to benefit much more. In this way of understanding the therapies, one can not only receiving treatments passively, but also improving one's condition spontaneously through learning the origin of these dicipline. So, I would like people learn more from therapies, rather than just lying down passively!
I mainly work on psycho-physical (Body & Mind) aspect on the pain, although there can be more body orientated approach or more mind orientated approach depending on how the participants are.
Chronic pain & RSI especially seems very mixed up with these two elements. I often feel that these conditions often complicate us and make it more difficult to cure. So, I encourage people to simplify and identify what they have, and to work out the best solution for it.
Having tried to explain what I do in the class, it is very difficult to say with words, I am sorry!! So, you are welcome and let's see how you feel!!
I am intending to provide the experience to the people with less financial strain. So, I set the fee low. But those who even cannot afford to pay the fee I offer, please do not hesitate to contact me. If you are genuinely eager to learn, I will do my best. You should not be ashamed of being poor!! Each people have different situations in life!!
Here is one interesting article which is slightly academic, but explaining the possible cause of pain.
Cortical Origin of Pathological Pain By A John Harris from 'The Lancet' Vol354 Oct 1999