Elizabeth Walker, though she is in her late nineties, remains an extraordinary teacher and an inspiration to many.  She trained with F M Alexander in the late 1930s and has taught ever since.  She has not only taught teachers from all kinds of training backgrounds around the world, but for many years she and her husband, Dick Walker, ran their own training school in Oxford.  Even now, Elizabeth sometimes takes on new pupils, and is visited by teachers worldwide.  She is a wonderful teacher, and an extraordinary person who displays a warmth, freshness and openness in her work which is as inspiring as it is rare.

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