Katrin MacLean completed her three year training to become an Alexander Technique teacher in Berlin where she lived for five years. Having herself been a regular patient at the Yeovil Chiropractic Clinic, she became interested in the Technique as a means of helping prevent her own back and shoulder pain that were the combined result of injury and what Alexander called ‘poor use’. In the process she became fascinated by the way that thought and movement are inextricably linked and by the way that this connection, when consciously employed, can allow the body to ‘do the right thing’ and to expand – instead of limit – what we can learn and accomplish. Katrin is a member of STAT, the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique. She is married with one child.