Alexander Technique in the Irish and British media
British Medical Journal research into the Alexander Technique
A study of the effect of Alexander Technique sessions published in the British Medical Journal found great improvement in addressing chronic and recurrent back pain. A course of 6 Alexander Technique sessons reduced back pain by 72%.
"The Rounder We Go The Stucker We Get" - By David Gorman (1996). Ever wondered why everything you do to escape a vicious circle only seems to dig you in deeper? And though you may have become better at dealing with your symptoms, why you still have them?
"What's the Opposite of Perfect?" - By David Gorman (2010). Imperfect? Inadequate? Not good enough? The habit of "trying to be perfect" is not fun to be caught in. Neither is not being good enough.
"The Bearable Lightness of Being" - By Nick Drengenberg (2010). A summary of the nature and implications of a truly whole model of human functioning
The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique - The most comprehensive source for information about the Alexander Technique worldwide.
STAT - The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique; the oldest Alexander Technique society in the world, based in the UK.
ATI - Alexander Technique International; a world-wide organization of teachers, students and friends of the Alexander Technique embracing the diversity of the international Alexander Technique community.
ISATT - The Irish Society of Alexander Technique Teachers
ARCHTI - The Association of Registered Complementary Health Therapists of Ireland
IABT - International Affiliation of Biodynamic (Craniosacral Therapy) Trainings