Blogs by Alexander Technique Teachers-in-Training

Here are blogs written by Alexander Technique trainees – people training to become Alexander Technique teachers. Some write about their experiences on the teacher-training course, providing a useful to perspective teachers; others muse about the Alexander Technique in general or relate it to their specific area of interest.

Alexander Technique Manhattan Blog is by AT teacher trainee Rena Anya Devéza, who is using her blog to journal about her experiences as she goes through Alexander Technique teacher training.

Alexander Life is a blog by Michael Halpern, an Alexander Technique teacher-in-training based in New Jersey, in which he shares his journey with the world.

Alexander Technique and Pain, a blog by AT teacher trainee Joseph Murphy, describes the AT for medical care providers using modern pain theory. His hope is that it will answer “Should the medical care provider recommend the AT?” and “How does the AT help with pain?”

The Yoga of Zen, another blog by AT teacher trainee Joseph Murphy, deals with his thoughts on the intersection of Alexander Technique and Zen.

CraigP, a blog by Craig Penney, a trainee at the School of F. M. Alexander Studies in Melbourne, Austalia, describes his experiences on the course.

Intergalactic network, a blog by Lutz Golbs, a trainee at the School of F. M. Alexander Studies in Melbourne Australia, describes his experiences on the course.

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