Kirsten Harris has been studying the Alexander Technique for the past 25 years and is a member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (MSTAT), qualifying as a teacher in 1995 under the tuition of the late Don Burton at the Fellside Alexander School in Cumbria. She specialises in teaching Alexander Technique to horse riders musicians and actors as well as working with people with back ache and postural problems.
Based in rural Scotland, Kirsten teaches talented youngsters at the Edinburgh School of Music. A keen horserider Kirsten teaches groups and individuals both on and off the horse. Previous clients include the Irish Para Olympic Equestrian team.
Her three CDs have been produced in response to demand from her students.
Kirsten initially trained as painter in the early 80’s at Bretton Hall College in Yorkshire, under the tutelage of David Hill the Turner expert. In the early 90’s she spent a year in Hiroshima Japan where she studied the exacting art of Japanese brush painting. Her paintings combine her interest in anatomy and movement, freedom and form and her Alexander Technique practice and Art practice form the main core of her life. Kirsten’s art work can be seen on her website kirstenharrisart.com
A keen equestrian herself, Kirsten initiated the hugely successful Zimbabwe Horse Rescue Fund in 2003.
To find an Alexander Technique teacher in your area, contact:-
The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT)
20 London House
266 Fulham Road
London SW10 9EL