Sue Barclay is an artist and teacher with a background in fine art, boasting a BA degree in drawing and painting from Edinburgh College of Art. She has worked for many years as a successful professional artist. While at art school Sue started practicing yoga and, in her twenties, she studied with Ernest Coates and later worked with Sophy Hoare and other teachers.

Sue is a Yoga Alliance certified teacher. Sue's interest in the Alexander technique began when she started having lessons with Isobel Anderson in 2007. She also studied with Barbara Harrington and from 2012-2016 Sue trained as an Alexander Technique teacher with Don Weed. Since qualifying Sue has taught Alexander’s work to groups and individuals and she is a visiting Alexander Technique teacher at Goldsmith’s College in London and The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow.

In 2019 Sue came across Karla McLaren's work on emotions and she studied Dynamic Emotional Integration® (DEI®) with her from 2019 - 2021. Sue is now a licensed Dynamic Emotional Integration® trainer and consultant.
Dynamic Emotional Integration® (DEI) is a leading-edge approach to emotions which is based on the work of award-winning author and pioneering researcher Karla McLaren,M.Ed.

Sue is a Licensed Dynamic Emotional Integration® trainer and consultant. Sue runs DEI workshops, courses, and offers DEI consultations which can help you work skillfully with every emotion you have. Learning how to feel, identify and work with all your emotions is essential for your health and well-being.
Sue is a Licensed Dynamic Emotional Integration® trainer and consultant. Sue runs DEI workshops, courses, and offers DEI consultations which can help you work skillfully with every emotion you have. Learning how to feel, identify and work with all your emotions is essential for your health and well-being.
With an immediate focus on the Alexander Technique & Dynamic Emotional Integration, book an appointemnts and further understand the benefits in which people often experience, these include:
  • Easing of back and neck pain
  • Relief from tension and stiffness
  • Improved co-ordination and ease of movement
  • Enhanced performance and prevention of injury
  • Help with rehabilitation after operations, injury or illness
  • A more positive mental outlook
  • Better awareness of how one uses one's body

Sue Barclay

Sue Barclay