Delia Rosenboom

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Delia has been involved with the Alexander Technique for most of her life: Following a childhood severely effected by knee-pain, physiotherapy and surgery, she was finally granted relief from this aged 14 when she discovered the Alexander Technique. Delia went on to train as an Alexander teacher, graduating from Fellside Alexander School in 1989 under the late Don Burton (who trained with Walter Carrington).

Since then Delia has worked in private practice, run numerous groups including post-graduate workshops/ supervision, taught in a BUPA hospital, at The London Haven (breast cancer clinic), in various drama schools, on a yoga training course, a Natural Horsemanship training course and also run corporate workshops. She has also worked as a teacher-trainer at Fellside Alexander School for many years and on other AT training courses in the UK and abroad, where she has also lectured in practical anatomy and embryology.

Delia has pioneered ways of applying the Alexander Technique to people experiencing trauma, shock, bereavement or recovering from surgery, and is well known for her depth and sensitivity in working.

Delia is the director of the South East Alexander School (SEAS), a professional Alexander Technique teacher-training course based in Forest Row, E. Sussex, UK.

Delia also runs acappella singing groups and offers specialised workshops integrating voice and breath work with the Alexander Technique. Additionally Delia is a Brandon Bays-trained Journey practitioner.

She is a teaching member of Alexander Technique International (A.T.I.), and is also an A.T.I. Sponsoring Teacher. Delia lives in Forest Row with her husband and 2 children.

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  • Training School: South East Alexander School
  • First Language: English