The Alexander technique teaches us how to co-ordinate mind and body effectively so that our thinking can be clarified and movement becomes lighter, freer and easier.
Using the Technique can help prevent and alleviate, back and neck pain, stress related conditions, sports injuries, depression, anxiety, asthma and other respiratory disorders, RSI, hypertension, joint problems. There are now 4,000 Alexander teachers spread over 38 countries worldwide.
An Alexander overview
• The physiology and anatomy of movement
• What to expect in an Alexander lesson
• Applying the technique
• The different Alexander teachers and their beliefs, including the founder of the Alexander Technique, F. Mathias Alexander (1869-1955)
• An Alexander directory.
Foreword by Dr David Garlick, B.Sc., MB, BS, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer, School of Physiology and Pharmacology, University of New South Wales, Australia.