The Alexander Technique is a long-established method of helping people learn how to release harmful physical stress from their body - stress that can result in such symptoms as backache, stiff neck and shoulders and a variety of repetitive strain injuries. It is also widely used by performers who wish to improve the quality of their work.
Explains the technique and its benefits. Includes details of lessons in Cambridge and Maynard, Massachusetts, USA.
A collection of short articles in English and French. Also includes details of certified teacher.
Professional society based in Sydney, Australia. Provides background information, articles, and details of schools and teachers.
Includes a collection of articles, a list of teaching members, links, and a list of books and videos.
A journal published in Australia. Subscription information, message boards, links.
A biography of the founder.
A family-run press specializing in books on the Alexander Technique.
Sir George Trevelyan on F. M. Alexander and Rudolph Steiner
One teacher's experiences with this method.
Includes definitions, how to find a teacher, scientific and medical research, foreign language material, interactive resources, books and articles.
Seattle center featuring online opportunities to study the Alexander Technique.
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