Thoughtful students/pupils of the Alexander Technique often have an ability to describe the Alexander learning process in ways that are particularly accessible to the general public. Their own experiences can provide useful guidance to other students. The blogs listed below are well worth investigating by anyone who is taking – or considering taking – Alexander Technique lessons.
Alexander Stories is a blog by Sheila Christie, who is training to be an Alexander Technique teacher. She writes about her experiences as she goes through this process.
The Work on my Self, by an anonymous student, is an account of Alexander Technique learning experiences, “…started as a personal journal to get a sense of perspective and try to pick out the most important things I’ve learned and avoid going round in circles.”
If you are a student of the Alexander Technique and have a blog about your experiences you’d like to have listed on this page, please contact me.
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