COMPANION

The F. M. Alexander Trust

The Charity was formed in 1991 in order to advance the education of the general public in the Alexander Technique and to promote research and study into all aspects of the Technique. Its working name is The Alexander Trust.

It supports mainly research into and publications (books, videos) on the Alexander Technique.

Introductory and promotional articles


  • ‘The F. Matthias Alexander Trust: Supporting the Technique’.[1]
  • ‘Supporting the Technique’.[2]
  • ‘The Alexander Trust appeal’ by David Clark reports on the appeal which had received £2,000 out of a target of £100,000.[3]



Trustees as of 2007: Emily Bates, Jean Clark, Susan Fleming, David Harrowes, Anna McCallion, David Reed, Peter Ribeaux, Kamal Thapen, Lady Mary Walker.

The Charity for the F. Matthias Alexander Technique is a charity registered in England and Wales No. 802856.

Website



https://alexandertrust.org.uk/

References



 

[1] ‘The F. Matthias Alexander Trust: Supporting the Technique’ (no author) in STATNews vol. 8, no. 3 edited by Jamie McDowell (STAT, May 2013), p. 18.




[2] ‘Supporting the Technique’ (no author) in STATNews vol. 9, no. 11 edited by Jamie McDowell (STAT, September 2018), p. 13.




[3] ‘The Alexander Trust appeal’ by David Clark in STATNews vol. 4, no. 8 edited by Malcolm Williamson (STAT, January 1994), p. 10.



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