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Using insights gleaned from their experiences as highly accomplished performing musicians and Alexander Technique teachers working with musicians at the Royal College of Music in London, Judith Kleinman and Peter Buckoke have assembled a book for musicians interested in exploring the potential of the Alexander Technique in their own practice and performance.
The Alexander technique addresses problems by examining the cause and affecting a change, thereby improving function and preventing problems recurring.
The Alexander Technique is a method that works to change movement habits and is a simple and practical method for improving ease and freedom of movement, balance, support and coordination.
After training in the Alexander Technique, the subjects demonstrated improved abilities to complete laparoscopic skills in a shorter time.
The aim of this study was to ascertain the effects of Alexander Technique (AT), massage therapy (MT) and exercise for those suffering with chronic or recurrent back pain.
The Alexander Technique aims to help people observe, understand and manage their feelings.
Also, spinal manipulation and Rolfing, apart from the Alexander technique and the Feldenkrais method can have great effect.
For more than 100 years, teachers of the Alexander Technique have been exposing this fallacy.
Rodiger, a 1969 South Eugene High School grad, got her degree in dance in 1973 and is director for the Balance Arts Alexander Technique Teacher Training Program in New York City.
In this case, the Alexander Technique, a practice of modifying posture through self-observation (see Body Practices, S&H, Dec.
Alexander technique lessons in combination with an exercise programme offer long-term effective treatment for chronic back pain, according to a study.
Any who struggle with posture issues will find THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE MANUAL: TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR POSTURE AND YOUR LIFE goes beyond the usual admonitions and shows how to release muscular tension, learn new ways of sitting, standing and moving, and relieve common aches.