Bronwyn Baud

Bronwyn Baud

Alexander Technique Practitioner in Twickenham

In addition to teaching the Alexander Technique, Bronwyn is a professional actor, singer and musician. She originally trained in singing and piano, studying Music at the University of Melbourne. Following this, she underwent secondary-teacher training and for a time taught music in a high school in Melbourne. During this time, she realized that the theatre was her true love and went to drama-school at night.

Bronwyn enjoyed a successful career in both theatre and television in Australia but then moved to London. Here, her career continued in both acting and singing, particularly in West End musicals. Very early on she played Mary Magdalene in the original production of Jesus Christ Superstar at the Palace Theatre.

Background & Qualifications

Bronwyn Baud has been a teacher of the Alexander Technique since graduating from the Brighton Alexander Training Centre in 1997, and becoming a member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT). Since qualifying, she has had practices in Cranleigh in Surrey, Melbourne in Australia and now practises at St Margarets in Twickenham.

My Specialisms

I particularly enjoy teaching singers, actors and musicians because I feel I have extra empathy with performers, having been one myself for so long but really, I enjoy teaching anyone who wants to learn how to improve the use of their body!

Approach to Therapy & How I Work

Like all Alexander teachers, most of my work consists of one-to-one private lessons and most of the work is done either at the chair or on the table, but occasionally I would be teaching the pupil at their instrument, or in any particular situation where the pupil needs extra help.

Therapies & Rates

Please note the rates detailed below are there to give you an idea of the therapists standard rates, we strongly advise you contact the therapist for more detailed rates and any offers they may have.

Therapy Appointment Type Rate
Alexander Technique In Person £40 per 40 minutes

Additional Rate Information

Single Lesson A lesson lasts 35-40 minutes and costs £40 Set of 10 lessons £360 (does not need to be paid up-front; just agreed to) To get the full benefit, lessons should be taken weekly. Twice weekly is particularly beneficial in the first couple of weeks if at all possible. Discounts can also be given to pensioners, students and other low-earners.