Useful reading & Research

STAT (The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique), gives more detailed information on the technique, its history, research and benefits, etc. 


NHS describes the Alexander Technique


The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique is a great website with lots of information about the Alexander Technique

British Medical Journal Research on the Alexander Technique. This video summarises the results of a randomised controlled trial studying back pain published in the British Medical Journal in 2008. The study showed that the Alexander Technique was highly effective in treating back pain. There have more recently been follow-up studies that confirm this result.


Body Learning: The Alexander Technique are podcasts on all different aspects of the Alexander Technique aimed at both teachers and students, well worth to listen to