COMPANION

Case Histories

Case histories

Case histories here refers to reports on or by teachers or pupils of the Alexander Technique on the effects of the Technique. F. M. Alexander F. M. Alexander relates his own story of the loss of voice while reciting and how the discovery of what is now known as the Alexander Technique benefited him in his book, The Use of the Self (1932), in the chapter ‘Evolution of a Technique’.[1] Pupils of F. M. Alexander David Gibbens lists 54 case histories referred to by F. M. Alexander in his writings. Most of these are only mentioned for the purpose of making a particular...