Research Directory

Ruth Heilbronn, Christine Doddington and Rupert Higham (eds) (2018) Dewey and education in the 21st century: fighting back. Emerald Publishing, Chapter 4, pp. 83-100. Woods C, Williamson M, Fox…
Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2018;39:80–86 Becker JJ, Copeland SL, Botterbusch EL, Cohen RG This small pilot non-controlled study explored the potential of group Alexander Technique teaching…
Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice 2018;31:308–14 Wenham A, Atkin K, Woodman J, Ballard K, MacPherson H   The ATLAS clinical trial design incorporated a sub-study led by a qualitative…
Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2015;23:451−61 Eldred J, Hopton A, Donnison E, Woodman J, MacPherson H This study provides an overview of Alexander Technique teaching in the UK, reporting on…
European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2018;17:79–85 Glover L, Kinsey D, Clappison DJ, Jomeen J   This small-scale pilot study investigated changes following, and acceptability of, Alexander…

I was looking for some way to help manage my lower back problems without relying on pain relief medication. I have found my one-to-one AT sessions extremely helpful and have learnt to identify and avoid postures and actions that contribute to back pain. I now know how to relax and properly rest my back and neck. In my experience, AT is a whole body technique which can help one to be more self-aware and to understand how to move with less tension and consequently, with less effort. Hurray for AT!

Patricia Brooks

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