August 12, 2015

Stand Like an Egyptian

Oh, Heptup. You look quite fetching in your loincloth, but please only deploy your asymmetrical swagger while you’re modeling for a Greek sculptress. It’s true: those […]
April 24, 2014

The Science Behind the Alexander Technique

This video, created by Alexander Technique teacher Deborah Bayardino, offers an excellent explanation of what the Technique does, and how. Deborah cites some of the many […]
January 14, 2014

Ignore It and It Will Go Away?

Like most fields, the Alexander Technique has its own aphorisms, one of which is, “Exercise is a great way to misuse yourself harder and faster.” I […]
September 26, 2013

The Good Stuff

This morning in my role as assistant on the OCAT teacher training course, I was asked to share some of the good things about being an […]
August 29, 2013

If There Had Been a Pill That Worked…

This interview with Karen Krueger is going to become required watching for my pupils. Karen gives great information about the Technique, what it is, who can […]
March 6, 2013

Rant of the Month: The Quick-Fix Myth

Today I stumbled across a Huffington Post article from earlier this year about physicians trending away from medication and surgery as the sole means of treating […]
March 1, 2013

UK Back Pain Study Still Making News

I’m delighted that the 2008 back pain study published in the British Medical Journal is still making news. Back pain affects so many of us and […]
January 28, 2013

Optimizing Your Technique

I’d like to share what one of my students recently wrote about her experience studying the Alexander Technique: To a greater or lesser extent every musician’s […]
September 21, 2012

Pilot Study Shows AT Reduces Chronic Pain

Imagine that you have chronic pain. Imagine that someone told you that you could reduce or eliminate your pain, that the effects would last, and that […]
March 23, 2012

Benefits of Alexander Technique Lessons

The other day a new descriptive article on the Alexander Technique appeared in the British website easier.com.¬†As so often happens, it initially describes the Technique as […]