The Alexander Technique with Peter Bloch in Wilmslow, Cheshire

My name is Peter Bloch and I am a teacher of the Alexander Technique.


I have had a busy practice for 30 years and I am based in Wilmslow, Cheshire (near Manchester Airport, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Hale and Altringham).


In addition to my private practice, I have been involved in the training and the supervision of new teachers, and for several years I was the assistant director of the Manchester training school for teachers.


I am available for individual lessons in Wilmslow on five days each week, including evenings and Saturday mornings.


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.

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

The Alexander Technique promotes improved:  

  • Posture 

  • Mobility & Agility

  • Balance & Poise

  • Confidence 

  • Vocal performance 

  • Sense of General Wellbeing

  • Skilled Performance in Music, Drama and Sport

  • Graceful ageing (see video

       of 85 year old A.T. teacher)

Peter Bloch


4 Chapel Lane





Last site update: 19 March 2017

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The Alexander Technique in Wilmslow Cheshire near Manchester, Knutsford and Macclesfield

Image: Peter Bloch, teacher of the Alexander Technique in Wilmslow, Cheshire, near Macclesfield and Knutsford.

The Alexander Technique is an intelligent approach to the changing of habits of thought and movement. 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.

Welcome to my website...

The Alexander Technique may

help to relieve:

  • Back pain (and associated disability)

  • Neck pain (and associated disability)

  • Joint pain and stiffness

  • Stress

  • Tension

  • Breathing difficulties

  • Performance anxiety

  • Pain from using computers, phones,

       tablets, games, etc. (see video)                                                              

                                  ...and much more

There will be a special workshop 

for A.T. students in Wilmslow

on 24th March.