Workshops and courses

Learning the Alexander Technique is best achieved through one-to-one lessons with teachers.  This allows you to work with teacher on your individual habits of movement, which vary from person to person.

But learning in group-settings, through one-off workshops or courses can also be helpful in many ways. For example

  • introductory workshops and courses can be a good way to familiarise yourself with the basic concepts of the Alexander Technique
  • group learning can reinforce what you learn in one-to-one lessons
  • specialist courses can help you apply the Alexander Technique to particular activities or in particular settings
  • residential workshops or courses can help you experience the Alexander Technique in new and deeper ways

To find out about workshops and courses near you, you can refer to our map of workshops and courses.

Or you can refer our list of workshops and courses which lists courses all over the world.

It is a challenge to try to summarize the experience [of the Alexander Technique], as I find it (and it finds me) being the constant change, not there to be grasped. The most measureable is the sharpening of all the senses. My violinist ears react to the most subtle nuances in the sound and the experience is that of all the senses 'working' on the sound (and the means that are producing it), when I play. This has made possible the greater awareness in the moment present.

Agnieszka Opiola, Independent Violinist, Glasgow

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