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The Alexander Technique helps to release patterns of thought and movement causing stress, poor posture, tension, or injury. With gentle hands-
The Alexander Technique is a form of neuromuscular re-
When called upon, a dynamic action distributes the right amount of muscle tension throughout our body. This provides us with a strong, balanced and graceful way of moving in our daily activities at work or play. The Alexander Technique is a simple powerful method allowing everyone to function at a high level of performance and optimum health.
The Alexander Technique has been medically researched for over a century. During that time, a number of prominent individuals have publicly endorsed the Technique.
They include Frederick Perls (Originator of Gestalt Therapy), Moshe Feldenkrais (Originator of the Feldenkrais Method), Dr. Andrew Weil (acclaimed alternative medicine practitioner), Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Patrick Stewart, Robin Williams, James Earl Jones, Hilary Swank, William Hurt, Patrick Stewart, Julie Andrews, Paul McCartney, Sting, Modonna, and Yehudi Menuhin.
The Alexander Technique is taught at Julliard School of Performing Arts New York, Los Angeles Philharmonic, New England Conservatory of Music, American Dance Festival and at a great many colleges and universities.
"The Alexander Technique stresses unification in an era of greater and greater medical specialization. Its educational system teaches people how to best use their bodies in ordinary action to avoid or reduce unnecessary stress and pain. In enables clients to get better faster and stay better longer. This is undoubtedly the best way to take care of the back and alleviate back pain." ‒ Jack Stern, MD, PhD, Neurosugical Group of Westchester, White Plains, NY
Research and Resources on The Alexander Technique and a wide variety of applications
Using your body in this manner. Do you see yourself in any of these positions?
You get maximum results with minimum effort and less pain.
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