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Neck Pain

Neck pain is a leading cause of disability, and is the fourth most common health condition out of 291 reported worldwide. Chronic neck pain can be quite…

Learning & Teaching

Older People

Several studies have researched how movement and balance of older people changes after learning the Alexander Technique. One pilot study (Glover et al) also…

Complaints Procedure

Any complaint against a member of STAT (Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique) should be taken as soon as possible to the Complaint Officer at the…

Gallery of Photos of FM

Portrait Photos of FM FM-111 FM-112 FM-113 FM-114 FM-115 FM-116…

Wellbeing & Self-help

Here you will find a selection of studies that report the effects of attending Alexander lessons on wellbeing, as well as illustrating the self-help nature of…

Lying Down Day - 8 October 2018

The benefits of lying down Quality “me-time” The regular practice of lying down in the semi-supine position is invaluable for maintaining a healthy spine but…

Self-efficacy and self-care-related outcomes following Alexander Technique lessons for people with chronic neck pain in the ATLAS randomised, controlled trial

European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2017; doi: 10.1016/j.eujim.2017.11.006 Woodman J, Ballard K, Hewitt C, MacPherson H. BRIEF SUMMARY This study is…

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