Helene Goldberg

  • Advanced Diploma of Alexander Technique Teaching
  • Teaching Member of  The Australian Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (AUSTAT) Inc.
  • World Teaching Member of  The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) U.K.

I believe that many of us share a common goal – to have a mind and body that functions with optimal tone, balance and ease to give us the greatest possibility of living well.

What I love about teaching people this transformative Technique is that it offers such great rewards towards the fulfilment of that goal.

Helene has played classical piano since she was a child learning from world-renowned concert pianist, Jascha Spivakovsky.

In 2009, she developed chronic pain in her arm that prevented her from playing the piano. After a few years, she discovered she wasn’t alone, and learned that the Alexander Technique was helping musicians all over the world with similar issues. 

She immediately began taking Alexander lessons, and inspired by the remarkable benefits she experienced, she decided to undertake the teacher training to become an Alexander Technique teacher.

Helene graduated from the School of F.M. Alexander Studies. In March, 2020 as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic raged on, meaning face-to-face work with students wasn’t possible, she spent the year training remotely with Penelope Easten (Ireland) and completed the Advanced Online Teacher Training so she could offers online lessons. 

In 2021, as Australians manage to keep the virus at bay, she is thankfully able to offer in-person lessons as well.

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