If your insurer is not listed here, it is still worth asking if they will pay for lessons.
Workshops and Introductions
I offer occasional introductory courses. Please note that these can provide a useful introduction to the Technique, and can be very helpful, but they are not a substitute for individual lessons. I also run occasional workshops for established A.T. students.
If you have further questions about the Alexander Technique, about lessons, or regarding your own situation, I welcome contact by either telephone or email.
Free advisory consultation
If you think that the Alexander Technique might be helpful to you, then you are most welcome to book a free consultation. This is an opportunity for you to meet with me, to have a brief assessment and to ask any questions that you may have, before deciding whether you would like to go ahead with a first lesson.
After the consultation you can choose to proceed with your first lesson straight away, or you can book a lesson for a different date, or you can take some time to consider. There is no obligation on your part.
Booking a consultation or lesson
Please arrange an initial consultation or lesson by telephone on 01625-548233 or by email.
Days and times of lessons
Actplan (on GP’s referral), BAWA, BCWA, Cigna, Ellis Healthcare, Executive Healthcare Ltd, Exeter Friendly Society (on self-referral), Guardian Health, Healthcare Management, HEALTHSHIELD (through company based scheme), Hogg-Robinson Healthcare, I.G.I. (on GP’s referral), Iron Trades Ass. Co, Managed Care Consultants Ltd, Medical Claims Handling, MediCash, Medisure, Motor Insurer's Bureau, Norwich Union, OHRA, Orion Prime Health, PruHealth, UAP, Provincial Insurance Plc, Universal Providence, UNIQA (Austria), Van Breda, WPA, Zurich. Also: The Civil Service Med. Aid Assoc. (on self-referral), The E.C.’s Joint Medical Insurance Scheme and The U.N.’s Medical Insurance Scheme.
4 Chapel Lane
"I knew as soon as Peter answered the phone that I was going to get the help that I was looking for.
His calmness, patience and willing and thorough answering of every question that I had (and I had a lot!) reassured me that I had found an experienced and genuine therapist"
J. T., Computer Programmer
Paying for lessons
Lessons cost £58 each (from January 2017) and last about 40 minutes.
Lessons may be paid for by cash, cheque or bank/online transfer.
Most self-employed people can claim lessons against tax and some employers and private insurers (see below) pay for lessons.
Private medical insurance
Many of the major private medical insurance companies will reimburse Alexander Technique lessons. Please check the conditions of your policy with your company. Most require a consultant referral (see exceptions below), and I can assist you with advice in obtaining this. The following companies will normally fund lessons: