Its relation to teaching styles and methods
Notes and abstracts:
The fact that Alexander’s terminology is problematic has practical consequences. It is argued that there is a strong correlation between our understanding of the basic concepts of the Technique and our of teaching and practising the Technique. The concepts covered are: use, sensory appreciation, inhibition, directions and orders, and the primary control. Each concept, their variations and different meanings are discussed. The interpretation of these will affect the style of hands-on work in teaching.