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Elisabeth Walker – A portrait of a life with the Alexander Technique

AT Focus: 
Alexander Technique
2008
December
2
Page position: 
56-66
Language: 
English
ISBN/ISSN/DOI: 
CCO008JE2.06
Notes and abstracts: 

Elisabeth Walker trained as a teacher with F. M. Alexander, qualifying in 1947. She and her husband, Dick Walker, lived and taught in South Africa 1948–60. They moved to Oxford where they also ran a teachers’ training course. This portrait, based on her memoirs, interviews and other sources, recounts her experiences with the Technique.

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