David Collier, engineer:
I got interested in the Alexander Technique as a way to learn how to use my body better and it was only the first lesson that I started to realise how much energy I use with counterproductive movement. Seán is an excellent teacher who really took the time to help me understand and become aware of my own movement and facilitate in helping me to make positive changes.
Miranda Driscoll, photographer, lecturer:
I started doing the Alexander Technique with Sean because at the time I was having minor back problems and felt that I needed to tackle that. However, through Sean's guidance I soon discovered that I just needed to consider how I was doing certain things; not so much in terms of posture but in terms of everyday movement. Over the course of a series of thought-provoking conversations with Sean I began to find myself having a completely different outlook to how I approached certain things; physically, mentally and emotionally. I discovered that the best way to approach Alexander is with an open mind and a willingness for it to take you off in a direction that you hadn't necessarily planned for - this was hugely beneficial to me and Sean is a gracious and discerning teacher.
Ludovic Hoyet, researcher:
I went to Sean to learn more about the AT as I was having severe back trouble at that time. To be honest I was more looking for another thing that might solve my problems, and instead discovered a brand new way of thinking: instead of having someone fixing me, I discovered that I could relearn how to do things in a way that was not putting as much strain on my body, when working on the computer, playing the fiddle, swimming, etc. I was totally oblivious of what I was doing before, and now two years later things have drastically improved and I'm still learning so much about my body and my movements. To go to Seán was definitely one of the best decisions I ever made, and he is such a nice teacher!