Alexander Technique Articles

Baylen goes holistic

Article added April 7, 2004

by Baylen Leonard BBC broadcaster and writer, Baylen Leonard, describes his Alexander lessons with Anthony Kingsley: I’m a hypochondriac. Let’s get that out of the way, right off the bat. So, when I went to my GP a month ago complaining of chest pains, I was convinced that, later that day, I would be in […]

Moving from the Still Point of Support

Article added February 4, 2003

By Tommy Thompson Moving from the Still Point of Support. An Interpretation of the Alexander Technique “At the still point of the turning world. Neither flesh nor fleshless. Neither from nor towards. At the still point, there the dance is. But neither arrest nor movement. And do not call it fixity. Where past and future are […]

The Alexander Technique

Article added January 25, 2003

By Frank Pierce Jones It may not seem logical to go to an Alexander teacher who can’t sing or play an instrument and expect to learn something about musical performance. It isn’t illogical, however. The reason is that an Alexander teacher is concerned with unlearning rather than learning – with non-doing rather than doing, with subtracting […]

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