Mind & Body

Blog post added July 16, 2013

Even though most people see the Alexander Technique as a postural technique, it is in fact a mind-body technique. Alexander himself termed his work a reeducation of the psychophysical self. This is a very difficult thing to convey via the spoken or written word. But just a few moments under the hands of an experienced […]

Don’t try again!

Blog post added June 25, 2013

We were all told that, ‘if at first you don’t succeed, try, try and try again’. The Alexander Technique says: ‘If at first you don’t succeed, stop trying’. In other words, ‘trying’ is the problem, not the solution!


Blog post added May 19, 2013

It’s all very easy to talk about free hips, efficient movement and better posture. And it is important to know how to adopt good mechanical positions at work and play. In limited and partial Alexander work, these realities are prominent agendas in the teaching situation. In real Alexander work, ergonomic efficiency is a by-product of […]

Form & Content

Blog post added November 20, 2012

There is a lot of confusion in the Alexander world about so-called different styles of teaching. Every Alexander Teacher should strive to be themselves, and not to imitate another teacher. It does not matter how far apart a pupil has their feet. It is unimportant what angle of tilt a person adopts from the hip […]

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