​Chris Raff

Qualified teacher of the Alexander Technique since 1983.

In 1983 Chris qualified from the 3 year full-time Alexander Technique teacher training course in London.

Since settling in Adelaide in 1984, Chris has established the Alexander Technique in South Australia. He teaches privately in Adelaide, Willunga, and Middleton. Chris is a member of the Australian Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique.

I like to stress that I am a teacher not a therapist; the Technique is a skill you learn for yourself. I take into account your needs and work to facilitate, guide, encourage, support and lead you through a learning process that brings you to a point of knowing how to use your body extraordinarily well.

The underlying approach I take in teaching the Alexander Technique is two fold. Firstly, I help you to learn to recognize the habits that compress and constrict your postural support, movement and breathing. Secondly, to think in a way that gently restores and opens you to more poise, ease, coordination, and awareness in your daily, recreational and professional activities.

​Chris Raff

B.A., Dip.Ed., AuSTAT.

Director of the Alexander Technique Teaching of South Australia.