A list of useful links and resources on the Alexander Technique helping you better understand the benefits of this technique:
Alexander Technique Imperial Wharf: This is my main teaching location. The Alexander Technique Imperial Wharf Centre is owned by a charity, the Walter Carrington Educational Trust. The Trust also runs a teacher training programme for teachers of the Alexander Technique at the centre, the Constructive Teaching Centre. I help with some of the administration of the centre and work on the Walter Carrington Archives.
Student Central (formerly ULU – University of London Union): I teach here Wednesday mornings, fantastically located in lovely Bloomsbury.
The Alexander Technique Studio: I completed my 3-year teacher training here and keep visiting the school.
Mouritz: A specialist publisher on the Alexander Technique with excellent editions of Alexander’s own books and many other titles. In addition there is an extensive bibliography of published material (English as well as other languages) on the Technique with many reviews, a library of downloadable articles and lots of other information free to browse. An immensely useful resource.
STAT: The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (UK), with a wealth of information on the Technique.
GATOE: Gesellschaft für F. M. Alexander Technik Österreich (Austria).
The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique: A comprehensive website about the Alexander Technique with lots of resources, run by American teacher Robert Rickover.
Austrian Aikido Federation: I started Aikido in Austria, where I first came in contact with the teaching of Shihan Tamura Nobuyoshi. I am very happy to still be in good contact with my Austrian Aikido family!