The Alexander Technique

Introduction to The Alexander Technique:

Moving-forward-hand-on-headThe Alexander Technique can be applied to any activity or situation thus making it more of a philosophy or educational system rather than a therapy or series of exercises. Ideally taught one-to-one, the technique offers long term benefits including improvement in stamina, ease of movement and higher levels of awareness. Students learn to apply a series of principles which encourage the ongoing re-addressing of how one reacts to stimuli. This leads to a more acute sense of awareness, especially of everyday habits (of which we are often unconscious), and thus allows the individual to engage in mental processes, which allow for clearer channels of thought and more constructive functioning of the physical mechanisms.

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