- The Alexander Studio is committed to the highest standard of clinical and professional excellence, and abides by the STAT code of ethics. All the teachers at the Studio engage in regular continuing professional development (CPD).
- The Studio does not diagnose medical conditions and makes no promise or claim to cure this or that symptom. Where necessary, pupils should always seek appropriate medical advice.
- The Studio aims to teach pupils a better use of themselves, so that as a consequence of this re-education, certain symptoms or problems that are associated with poor use can be resolved in the process.
- The Studio welcomes the opportunity to advance the principles of the Alexander Technique within medical, educational and commercial institutions. To this end, the Studio forms links with various persons and institutions in order to explore and research ways to enhance the health and wellbeing of the individual.
- The Studio believes in the concept and practice of integrated health. Therefore, the Studio maintains a dialogue and partnership with various health professionals in order to support the pupil in his or her pursuit of health.
- The Studio is dedicated to teaching the technique in a friendly, empathic and non-judgmental environment.
- To maintain our standards, we welcome any feedback from our pupils.
For a complete list of teachers in the United Kingdom, send a SAE to:
The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique,
1st Floor, Linton House, 39-51 Highgate Road,
London NW5 1RS.
For a teacher in central London, or for recommendations, please feel free to contact us at the Alexander Studio. All our teachers are fully insured members of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT), the representative body established in 1958 to maintain professional standards. To qualify for membership a teacher must have completed a three-year, full-time training course and have reached a standard approved by the Society.