Alexander Technique Center Newsletter
The Alexander Technique Center's Newsletter has interesting news, updates, and
helpful information about learning and practicing the Alexander Technique. The newsletter also includes information on upcoming workshops, intensives, special events, and special lesson series.
Read past newsletter issues:
New Year Newsletter 2020: Consumer Reports: "Real Pain Relief Now!." "Where's Your Head At?". New Year Intensives. New Year Special Lesson Series. F. M. Alexander Quote.
Holiday Newsletter 2017: Holiday and Winter Intensives. Holiday Gift Certificates. My Ergonomic Chair. Special Winter Lesson Series. Aphorisms by F. M. Alexander.
Spring/Summer Newsletter 2017: The Performing Self. Summer Intensives. F. M. Alexander's books. Special Early Summer Lesson Series. Alexander Technique and Golf.
Holiday Newsletter 2016: Alexander Technique in the Theater Podcast. Holiday and Winter Intensives. Pillot study showing efficacy of Alexander Technique lessons for osteoarthritis patients published in BMC Journal. The Alexander Technique for singers at George Mason University. Winter Lesson Series. Gift Certificates.
Fall Newsletter 2016: The Alexander Technique and the Olympics. F. M. Alexander on film. Fall lesson series. Saving a Career in Music. Fall Intensives.
Spring Newsletter 2016: Campaign for healthier ergonomic seating in schools. Arthritis Research UK. Special Spring Lesson Series. Spring Intensives.
Winter Newsletter 2016: Harvard Health publishes introductory article on the Alexander Technique. Alleviating back pain. How to squat easily and efficiently. Winter Intensives.
New Year Newsletter 2016: The Alexander Technique "lie down." Annals of Internal Medicine publishes Alexander Technique study. New Year Intensives. Actor Jonathon Pryce.
Holiday Newsletter 2015: How the Alexander Technique can help with osteoperosis. Holiday Intensives. The Alexander Technique and Education. AT and Hypermobility Syndrome. Gift Certificates. Alexander Technique Center graduate.
Fall Newsletter 2015: Master teachers Joan and Alex Murray visit. Text Neck. Fall Intensives. Fall lesson series.
“Under the ordinary teaching methods, the pupil gets nineteen wrong to one right experience. It ought to be the other way round.” –F.M. Alexander