The Alexander Technique
The Alexander Technique is a process of re-education that teaches a person how to move and respond to the stimulus of every day activities with less tension and more ease.
The way we move often involves excess tension that can lead to pain and injury.
An Alexander teacher helps a student develop habits of thinking and moving that can help release unnecessary stress, develop more ease and improve coordination.
The purpose of the Technique is to help restore our natural balance.
More Information about the Alexander Technique
American Society of Alexander Teachers (AmSAT) www.amsat.ws
Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) www.stat.org.uk
Constance Clare-Newman Guided Constructive Rest Audio