Below you will find a selection of blogs written and maintained by Alexander Technique Teachers. These provide not only great introductions to the Technique and many practical ideas, but also powerful insights into the thinking and experimenting process developed by F. Matthias Alexander, and to some very exciting new developments.
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Body Intelligence by Imogen Ragone, a teacher in Wilmington, Delaware, explores Alexander Technique ideas as they apply to our daily lives.
Body Learning Blog by Robert Rickover, a teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada, explores the Alexander Technique and the discoveries of it’s founder, F. Matthias Alexander.
Activate You Blog by Jennifer Mackerras, a teacher in Bristol, UK, is a weekly exploration of how the Technique can apply to every area of our lives.
Presence and Poise Blog by Jennifer Schulz, an Alexander Technique teacher in Los Angeles, CA, looks at the many ways the Alexander Technique can help people in all sorts of ways and activities.
Ashby Alexander Technique Bite-Size Blog by Karen Evans, a teacher in Ashby de la Zouch in the UK. Karen’s blog provides ideas, motivation and inspiration, delivered in regular bite-size chunks.
Alexander Techqnique teacher Angela Bradshaw provides many insights about the Alexander Technique in her blog. She is based in Chobham, Surrey in the UK.
Bill Plake Music by Bill Plake, a teacher in Los Angeles, provides thoughtful Alexander Technique insights, with an emphasis on issues facing musicians.
UpWithGravity by Robert Rickover, a teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada, shows you how to harness the power of gravity to release tension from your body and lighten up.
KickAssMindfulness by Sandra Bain Cushman, is a blog dealing with Alexander Technique, mindfulness and the practical matter of how they fit in to our daily lives.
Balance & Harmony Alexander Technique Blog, by Jennifer Roig-Francolí in Ohio, is a simple place for exploring mind-body integrity with an open mind and loving heart, frequently updated with ideas to inspire your daily practice.
Self Kindness is a blog by Annie Turner, an Alexander Technique teacher in Cornwall, England. She writes about her own journey and other ideas about the Alexander Technique and her philosophy of self kindness.
The Alexander Technique Guild of Ohio features blogs from a variety of Alexander Technique teachers, and occasionally from AT students too, on a range of related topics.
Spiral Monkeys by Padmini Menon, a teacher in India, includes reflections on the Technique, on being a new teacher in a new environment, on responses from pupils trying to make sense of unfamiliar ideas and experiences.
Way Opens by Amy Ward Brimmer, a teacher in Newtown, PA contains posts exploring the benefits of the Alexander technique and the process of teaching and learning it, as well as related discoveries and studio events.
Alexander Technique Philadelphia by Ariel Weiss, a teacher in Philadelphia, PA explores the relationship between dynamic thinking and dynamic moving from her investigations with her students as they apply Alexander principles to a wide range of activities.
Embodied Thoughts by Paul Marsh, a teacher in Scotland, includes a mix of personal reflections and how-to articles on applying the technique to different aspects of life.
Forward and Up! by Ellen Stafford in Pittsburgh explores concepts, quotes and current events from the world of the Alexander Technique in bite-size, easy-to-digest segments.
Mornum Time - a blog for teachers and students of the Alexander Technique by Jerry Sontag, a teacher and training course director in Berkeley, California. It provides a forum to discuss questions about teaching and learning.
Applied Alexander Blog by Dana Ben-Yehuda, a teacher in Mountain View, California, offers stories and observations about the Technique.
The Posture Police Blotter by Lindsay Newitter, a teacher in New York City, is blowing the whistle on what good posture really is while employing humor, insight, and a hint of the absurd to examine topics, articles, videos, as well as images she captures around the city.
UpwardThought by John Hunter, an Alexander Technique teacher and trainer in London, UK is a blog with Ideas, insights and questions – practical and philosophical – about the Alexander Technique.
Synergistic Movement – A Realistic Target, by Lutz Golbs, a teacher in Sydney, Australia examines a variety of applications for the Alexander Technique, and offers some insights about the concepts and methods developed by FM Alexander.
The Alexander Technique Blog by Tanya Shoop, a teacher in South London & the City, UK, contains thoughts and practical ideas on the Alexander Technique.
Habit & Choice by Beret Arcaya, a New York City teacher of the Technique, shares insights and observations from her 30 years of teaching the Alexander Technique.
Balance Arts Center Blog by Ann Rodiger, a New York City teacher of the Technique, presents weekly posts exploring all aspects of the Alexander Technique.
Alexander Technique Career Success by Jeremy Chance, who in Japan runs the largest AT Teacher Education School in the world, and his blog is devoted to sharing his free advice to AT teachers on how to make a financial success.
Alexander Technique Blog by Mark Josefsberg, a New York City teacher, contains a wide variety of of posts on the Alexander Technique.
Alexander Technique Blog by Penny O’Connor, a teacher in central London, contains her doings and musings.
ActiveStillness, a blog by Jeanne Barrett, a teacher in Seattle, Washington, contains material about applying the Alexander Technique to injury recovery, based on personal experience.
AlexanderPlus, a blog by James Crow, a teacher in Manchester, UK, exploring the benefits of Alexander Technique lessons.
Riding Between Heaven and Earth by Debra Crampton, a New York City teacher of the Technique, contains a large collection of Alexander-related posts about horseback riding and other topics. Debra was strongly influenced by the late Marjorie Barstow.
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