Only what you have experienced yourself can be called knowledge the rest is information.
Albert Einstein

Alexander Technique Practice

The practice of the Alexander Technique is applicable to everything you do in daily life. Learning the Technique means learning a practical skill that can be applied to improve everyday activities.

It has the power to change habits and improve health by helping you:

  • become more aware of how habits affect your function and how you can change them
  • learn how to promote freedom in the head, neck and back so you can
    experience improved coordination and ease
  • experience how your body and mind can function together to your advantage

Applying the practice of the Technique to activities such as bending and lifting, breathing and talking, standing and sitting, being at rest and being in performance, can change habitual responses. Observing the whole body in action and applying the principles of the Technique can allow you to experience a new way of moving that is easier, more relaxed and indirectly supports improvement in general health.

Constructive rest

A practice that is central to the Alexander Technique is constructive rest. It involves lying down in a restful position, and using directed awareness to promote freedom in the body. It is a practice that restores alignment and coordination in your body and mind.


                                               Learning in rest feeds understanding in action


The Alexander technique is taught worldwide and there are many informative resources available.
You may find something of interest to you in my Blog. Here I share some commentaries and opinions on the Alexander technique and related topics.

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