- ‘Contact improvisation classes’ by Lucia Walker; on using the Technique to help contact improvisation and how contact improvisation can help one’s use.
- ‘Contact improvisation/movement’ by Lucia Walker describes some of the issues she explores in workshops, e.g. contact, attention, support, presence, quality of touch, movement, improvisation.
- ‘Contact improvisation and the Alexander Technique’ by Susan Lehotsky; on learning contact improvisation and the Technique at the same time and how they inform each other.
- ‘Exploring Alexander Technique principles through movement improvisation’ by Joan Gavaler reports on workshop in which participants could explore the specific ways movement improvisation might influence their Alexander Technique teaching.
See also Dance.
 ‘Contact improvisation classes’ by Lucia Walker in The Congress Papers 1991, A Spirit of Learning Together edited by Jeremy Chance (Direction, 1992), pp. 141–44.
 ‘Contact improvisation/movement’ by Lucia Walker in The Congress Papers 1994, The Meaning of Change, 125 Years On, edited by David Garlick (Direction, 1996), pp. 116–18.
 ‘Contact improvisation and the Alexander Technique’ by Susan Lehotsky in AmSAT News issue no. 73 (Spring 2007), p. 24.
 The Congress Papers 2011, Learning from Each Other edited by Siriol Jones, (STAT Books, 2012), pp. 196-98.