The way we use a tool affects how it functions. The way we use ourselves – how we move, breathe and think – affects how we function.
The Alexander Technique is a practical way for becoming aware and taking control of how we use ourselves.
Our thinking is reflected in our postures and movements. Equally, our postures and movements influence our thinking.
It is possible to regain the ease & grace of movement we had as small children. By changing our habits we can move with less tension and strain.
The Alexander Technique teaches us how not to interfere with the normal working of the postural mechanisms and so reinstate a natural, innate control of poise and movement.
The Alexander Technique is used by performers who need to function at their best – with minimum effort and maximum efficiency. Some of the many institutions which include the Alexander Technique in their teaching are:
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
The Menuhin School
Royal National Theatre
Royal Academy of Music
Royal College of Music
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
New York University
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Central School of Speech and Drama
Royal Northern College of Music
New England Conservatory of Music
Sydney Conservatorium of Music
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Free introductions to the Alexander Technique Saturday 21 May Throughout Saturday 21 May there will be short introductory talks in English and German as … More Tag der Offenen Türen am 21.05.2022 »
Am Samstag, 16. Oktober 2021, halten wir einen Einführungsworkshop in die Alexander-Technik für das Career Service Centre der Kunstuni Graz, gefolgt von der Möglichkeit … More Alexander-Technik Workshop Kunstuni Graz »
In anticipation of starting a teachers training course in the F. M. Alexander Technique we are running some training course sample days this autumn. … More Teaching training course trial days »
Am Samstag, 20. März, wird sich Regina mit Jean Fischer (in seiner Rolle als Verleger/Verlag Mouritz) im Rahmen eines online „Meet the Author“ Events … More „Meet the Author“ auf Zoom »