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Other Supporters of Alexander

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Louise Morgan (1886?–1964), US born journalist and author, and known for her book Inside Yourself. Life Louise Morgan was born in Providence, Rhode Island and educated in the United States at Vassar College. In 1923 she left the US for London. She first did editorial work and wrote for The Outlook, an English political-literary magazine, and was in charge of the Women’s Section. She was an editor of Everyman until it ceased publication in 1933. She joined the News Chronicle as Special Correspondent writing on a wide variety of subjects and was a regular contributor to Good...
Sir Charles Scott Sherrington (1857–1952), English neurophysiologist and supporter of the Alexander Technique. Life Sherrington became a doctor in 1886 and immediately started to specialize in physiology. He worked at the universities of London (1891–95), Liverpool (1895–1912) and Oxford (1913–35). He was knighted in 1922 and shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1932. Work Sherrington introduced fundamental terms and concepts in neuroscience. The importance of proprioception was demonstrated in 1894 with his findings that the nerve supply to...