About the Alexander Technique
Whether you wish to control yourself better in any activity, improve your skills or learn a completely new one, deal with pain or move better, the Alexander Technique puts into question how is the best way to learn and correct yourself.
Any human being has potentially access to conscious self-improvement and self-regulation. Unity of self – use affects function – faulty sensory perception – attention to conscious inhition and direction – non-interference and self-acceptance.
F.M. Alexander developed his technique at the end of the 19th century and is thus a pioneer in the field of what is today called Somatic Education. The Alexander Technique is more relevant than ever in today’s world where self-reference becomes a survival competence.