Some Principles of the Alexander Technique: a cheat sheet — 6 Comments

  1. This is wonderfully clear and helpful.
    Thank you. May I have your permission to share this with my students?
    (And with acknowledgment to you of course)
    Wishing you all at the convention…. It’ll knock the socks off them!

    If you have a moment, you might take a peek at singe of my cartoons of musicians on my website blog posts..
    I’d love to know what you think.
    Jenny Quick

    • Thank you so much, Jenny. Well, I’ve been looking at your pictures and reading your blog a little bit at a time for the past few weeks. Your writing imparts a wonderful sense of calm and connection with your students as people. And the cartoons are lessons in themselves! I’ll add a link to your site from mine at

  2. I really like what you have written. It’s a very clear and informative way of describibg the principles of the Alexander Technique. Well done! I’m Happy to share your page! Greetings from Barbro, a collegue in Sweden

  3. A blessing to find such a clear succinct exposition of the principles of the Alexander Technique.
    I studied with Patrick Macdonald in London in the late 70s.
    Robert Frost

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