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New Research Published The Alexander Technique and musicians: a systematic review of controlled trials The results of the systematic review were published on 24 October 2014. The review was aimed to…
MA Ensemble Theatre: Alexander Technique for Performance For Alexander teachers who want to learn to work with performers The MA Ensemble is focussed on the creation of a postgraduate ensemble…
  Our petition to European Committee of Standardisation (CEN) STAT leads campaign to ban school chairs ‘bad’ for children’s backs. To sign our petition click here. STAT is calling for changes to the…
The Complementary Medicine Evaluation Group at the University of York is undertaking a new project to map the teaching of Alexander Technique across the UK. The idea for MALT, which is led by Dr Hugh…

As a sufferer of ankylosing spondilitis: a chronic rheumatic condition, the Alexander Technique helped me discover relationships between physical and psychological ways of “letting go” in order to control pain. In particular, exposure to the Technique has enabled me to break self-perpetuating circuits of pain associated with inflammatory conditions by focusing on inhibiting learned muscle tensing habits which feed on pain and each other.

E Samuel, Diplomat

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