Greg Ford, Alexander Technique, Inner West Sydney - Newtown, Enmore
Greg Ford



Greg was drawn to the Alexander Technique initially because of crippling back pain and chronic tension from playing the viola. He qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher in Sydney in 1986. (Alexander Teachers undertake a minimum three year, 1600 hours training). Since that time he has been teaching the technique privately, to groups and on Alexander Technique teacher training courses in Sydney and Melbourne. He has regularly undertaken further post graduate training in Australia, Canada and the USA. Greg is also a very experienced violin and viola teacher.

As well as teaching the Alexander Technique, Greg is a professional musician and has played with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Symphony, Melbourne Symphony, Tasmanian Symphony and the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra where he presently plays. He has been a very active chamber music performer over the years playing with the Gagliano Quartet, the Sydney Ensemble, the Seymour Group amongst many other groups.

Greg is a member of the Australian Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (AUSTAT). He is also a member of the Alexander Technique teaching team for the Sound Practice research project being conducted through Sydney University (looking into the health of professional orchestral musicians in Australia and developing and assessing interventions to prevent injury and maintain and improve condition).

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