Elizabeth Langford qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher in London with Dilys and Walter Carrington in 1973.
She was a professional violonist. She came across the Alexander Technique when looking for help to deal with severe back pain while being a sub-leader of the Royal Liverpool Philarmonic Orchestra.
Later, in 1980, she introduced the Alexander Technique in Belgium where she finally settled near Lasne where she was training future teachers of the Alexander Technique.
In 1996, the Belgian society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique created by Elizabeth Langford became affiliated to STAT (Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique – London).