Performers' Wellbeing - Leeds College of Music

Being a music student can be both mentally and physically challenging and we understand you may need targeted support to prevent performance-related issues from affecting your studies.

How we can help

We provide a range of regular performers' wellbeing services within the conservatoire. For example, termly hearing checks, vocal rehabilitation support, weekly Alexander Technique classes and regular physiotherapy clinics; ideal if you are experiencing aches and pains which are affecting your ability to play. We can also signpost students to external organisations for further help.


What is the Alexander Technique?

The Alexander technique is a method of using your mind and body in an effective way to reduce stress and the likelihood of developing an injury.

Will I have to pay for performers’ wellbeing services?

No, all performers' wellbeing services are free to full-time students enrolled at Leeds College of Music.

Do the musician’s wellbeing services take place in the conservatoire?

Yes, they all take place during term-time in the St Peter's Square building.

How can I find out more information?

Once you are enrolled as a student, you will be able to find further information and access online booking via Space. Information is also displayed in each teaching room.

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