Learn the Alexander Technique for your self-development

The Alexander Technique offers you a method for life-long learning. You can use it to develop self-awareness and self-reliance. The Technique can add a new dimension of creativity to your life and lead to on-going self-discovery.


"The Alexander Technique can be sustaining; it is something that if learned well, can be carried along with you for the rest of your life. It gives you confidence to be who you are when you are up in front of an audience."
Patrick Maddams, Managing Director, Royal Academy of Music

John Dewey, a leader of the progressive movement in education in the United States. Dewey met Alexander and referred to his work in several books as being in line with with his own theories. About the educational aspects of the Alexander Technique he said:
"As one goes on [with Alexander lessons], new areas are opened, new possibilities are seen and then realised; one finds himself continually growing, and realises that there is an endless process of growth initiated."
Professor John Dewey, American philosopher and educator, 1859-1952

"From early childhood onward we make many decisions about how to be and how to live. These decisions shape the habits of our bodies as well as our minds. The AT's in-depth approach helps us move out of unwanted habits and back into choice."
Mary Cox, Teaching and supervising psychotherapist

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