Born to Run: The Secrets of Kenyan Athletics.
Elisabeth Walker, the last remaining teacher who trained with F M Alexander himself, was interviewed on Woman’s Hour, BBC Radio 4 (12 June 2012).
If you are already having Alexander Technique lessons, you might like to join AT Friends and go to some of their talks and Workshops, which take place at various venues around the country. These talks are an excellent way for you to extend your understanding of AT work and to meet other people who have some experience of the Alexander Technique.
Joining costs very little and the talks cost even less.
The next talk for London AT Friends is:
Thinking in Activity – How Space Shapes Attention ~ by Glenna Batson
Date: Tuesday 20 April
Time: 6.30 – 8.30
Fee: £5 (£3 Concession)
For further info visit:
Alexander Technique Pupils – your help is required please!
The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, STAT, wants to collect information about as many Alexander Technique pupils as possible and has created a survey which they would like people to fill in and send to them by email or FREEPOST by 15 December 2009.
STAT wants to improve the services and information that is available to all AT pupils and this survey will help them to do that. The last survey was conducted in 2006 and the 2009 survey will be compared with the previous data collected.
All returned surveys (with contact details on them) will be entered for a prize draw, for the chance to win ‘The Expanding Self’ by Goddard Binkley. This is one of the books recommended in my Alexander Technique Reading Lists.
If you would like to take part and have your voice heard in the Alexander Technique world, with the chance of winning en excellent AT book, you may download a survey form here:
Not tried Alexander Technique Lessons yet but you would like to?
You can find out more information about individual lessons and can contact me here: