Alexander's second book on his technique, first published in 1923. The present edition consists of A..
An intelligent and succinct guide to Alexander’s writings: Not only are the main themes of each book..
These two volumes contain almost all known existing letters by F. M. Alexander. They collect, in com..
The Alexander Technique is a method of muscular re-education, which has become standard training for..
This is the first book on Alexander's technique. It was first published in 1910. It was followed by ..
After having lessons in the Technique in New York, Binkley moved to London in 1950 to have lessons w..
The Universal Constant in Living was Alexander's fourth and last book.It contains his most mature an..
A set of 5 flexible fridge magnets (8.0 x 5.8 cm), each with a picture of F. M. Alexander and one of..
"Dare to let it feel wrong. Take a chance on letting me give you an
experience that you don’t think..
A directed activity is the Alexander Technique applied to a simple, usually small, movement, which w..
Lulie Westfeldt was the only teacher from F. M. Alexander's first teacher training course - in 1931-..
Elisabeth Walker (1914-2013) was a pioneer teacher of the Alexander Technique and her memoirs spans ..
This is a comprehensive introduction to the Alexander
Technique. Frank P. Jones (1905-1975) trained ..
Irene Tasker (1887–1977) was a pioneer teacher of the Alexander Technique, and a trusted assistant t..
Our whole self – mind and body – enters into each and every activity we engage in. Our self is our t..
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