What is it? The short answer to this question is: a method for carrying out any activity more efficiently. Whatever the activity, the Alexander Technique can help us achieve better results with less effort, furthermore, without injuring … Learn more about The Alexander Technique
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The Alexander Technique is taught in one-to-one lessons. Learning is primarily through experience: the teacher guides the student, with the use of their hands and verbal instructions, towards a new experience of coordination, balance and ease of … learn more about Individual lessons
The Shaw Method of swimming was developed by Steven Shaw in the late 1980s. Steven, an experienced swimmer, used what he was learning in his training as an Alexander Technique teacher to create an easier and more effective way train swimmers and … Learn more about The Shaw Method
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A series of in depth articles for those already familiar with the Technique
A student was reviewing my site recently and was confused about a photo that was featured prominently. It could do with a bit of explanation ... The image seen here can be found at the top of my homepage and in a few other places. In English it is … Continue reading about Why the plant?
A series of F.M. Alexander's teaching aphorisms have been available for some time. They first appeared in The Alexander Technique: the essential writings of F.M. Alexander (1969), a book of thematically arranged selected material from Alexander's … Continue reading about Aphorisms
The following is a brief definition of the Alexander Technique that I found online a few years back. As the definition is quite off the mark, I queried the author at the time but didn't receive a response. I can't provide a link as the page no longer … Continue reading about Misunderstandings