More Information on the Alexander Technique

There’s a lot of information on the internet about the Alexander Technique, but to begin with, you might find it helpful to have a selection of links to explore. As you get to know more about it, and your interest becomes more focused, you could go on to the net to search for more specific topics.

The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique – This is a site maintained by Canadian teacher Robert Rickover, and it has information on broad range of subjects, from additional information about the Alexander Technique, to research on its applications to locating the teacher nearest to you! Just browse, or look for specific information.

STAT – The website of the professional association of teachers of the Alexander Technique in the UK, of which I am a member. This has a lot of basic information about the Alexander Technique and its usefulness in a range of areas such as back pain, sports, education, health and well being and so on. There are also some videos you might find interesting to watch, and a comprehensive list of all the research that has been done, or is ongoing, on the Alexander Technique.

Carolyn Nicholls – is the teacher under whom I trained. She’s a senior teacher of the Alexander Technique, with more than 30 years experience in teaching the Technique to members of the public, as well as training teachers. On her website you’ll find information about the Technique that’s simple and easy to understand, as well as videos of her teaching.