Distance learning includes correspondence courses and online (internet) teaching.
In recent years people have offered lessons or courses via the internet, also called ‘distance learning’.
There was a correspondence course available in the late 1990s, but details are not available.
Online video teaching
Some teachers are offering individual lessons via video calls (e.g. Skype, Zoom). Arguments for this approach are given in two letters to the AmSAT Journal, ‘Skype Lessons’.
‘Can you teach online?’ by Paul Marsh reports on a Mio Morales workshop on online teaching which took place at the 2018 Chicago International Congress.
‘Can the Alexander Technique be taught on the internet?’ by Diana Devitt-Dawson, Malcolm Williamson argues for the importance of hands-on since teaching the Technique is ‘a unique experiential re-education process that cannot be taught verbally or on-line’.