Trevor was born in Canada in 1952 and has lived in the UK for most of his adult life. In a career spanning nearly 40 years he’s worked in theatre, radio, television and film as an actor, musician, director and writer. He’s also been a husband and father, a postman, a labourer, an amateur agony aunt and the author of one important book.
Hoping to manage debilitating back pain, he began learning the Alexander Technique in the early eighties. It proved so successful that he trained as an Alexander teacher between 1988 and 1991, and has taught it ever since both here and in North America. His pupils have ranged from young children to nonagenarians, from athletes to musicians, from self-employed tradespeople to executives of giant global corporations. Over 22 years of teaching he’s seen consistent evidence of its effectiveness.