The Studio

The Alexander Studio is the Centre for the Alexander Technique London, W1

The Alexander Studio was opened in 1993 by Anthony Kingsley. Anthony previously worked for 6 years with Dr Wilfred Barlow, who was one of the first teachers to be trained by F M Alexander. The Studio continues this proud tradition, and is committed to Alexander’s original principles.

Anthony provides programmes of Alexander Technique lessons in London to meet individual needs and requirements.

The Alexander Studio also offers consultancy to companies onsite for workstation support and general ergonomic education.

Anthony also offers psychotherapy sessions from the Studio and Online.

Studio Posters

The Studio is conveniently located within a beautiful listed building, in a quiet street in the centre of London. The workspace is modern, light and airy, and there is a general atmosphere of calmness and welcoming. There is easy access by bus or tube, and plenty of parking meters in the area.


The Alexander Studio
16 Balderton Street
London W1K 6TN
020 7629 1808

The Alexander Studio is right in the centre of London, near Bond Street Tube station. Balderton Street, just off Oxford Street, is situated opposite the main entrance of Selfridges, W1.

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Special Programmes

A Relaxed and Strain-Free Screen Time with ZoomEase

Anthony teaches you how to work easily and effectively Online without pain and fatigue…

Online Psychotherapy and MindBody Therapy

Anthony also offers traditional Psychotherapy and MindBody Therapy via Zoom…

Alexander Technique Online Sessions

Anthony has pioneered a unique Online method of delivering Alexander Sessions via Zoom…

The Alexander Teacher Training School

Are you looking for a new and satisfying career? Visit our Alexander School website for Teacher Training Opportunities


” I highly recommend the Alexander Technique for chronic back or neck pain sufferers, or simply for people who want to learn how to feel more mentally relaxed and at ease in their bodies. ”