Affiliated Societies

 

STAT has Affiliated Societies in other countries which adhere to mutually agreed and published standards. Their independent website is www.alexandertechniqueworldwide.com.

The aims of the Affiliated Societies include

  • to maintain and improve professional standards;
  • to make the Technique more widely known and educate the public about the Technique;
  • to facilitate contact and communication between members;
  • to encourage research into the Technique; and to
  • to prevent abuse and exploitation by untrained people.

Regular meetings are held between representatives of the Affiliated Societies in pursuance of these aims. 

There are affiliated national societies in the following countries. Click on a country to visit that society's website.

There are also organised groups of STAT-accredited teachers in the following countries (click on a country to visit their website): 

 

STAT is not responsible for the contents of the websites of the Affiliated Societies, or those of the “networks” of STAT certificated teachers in Japan and Sweden. These websites are the responsibilities of the individual associations.

 

At about the age of 45, I began to experience severe pain in both of my knees. I was told I had damaged the cartilage, initially caused by the use of a kicking strap on a sailing dinghy, and made worse by many years of beagling, and to stop beagling or risk ending up in a wheelchair. A few years later a friend suggested the Alexander Technique. At first I was very sceptical, but had also reached the stage where I was ready to try virtually any means to solve the problem. A few weeks after my first lesson, I had gone out beagling, but only walking.

Chris Walsh

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