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The Constructive Teaching Centre in Holland Park, London, is home to the oldest and largest Alexander Technique Teacher Training Course in the world.www.alexandertek.com
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I have a stiff neck and shoulders and I heard this could do the job. Any websites or books I could use? I tried doing a google search but anything that came up about it didnt actually detail what you do to perform the alexander technique. Any help would be much appreciated.
Many people have said alexander lessons have helped them with posture issues and the people who say this seem to have very good postures and some are in their 60s and over but move as if they're in their 20s and it makes them look younger. I am in my mid 20s. I've tried a chiropractor and posture excercises and stretches for almost 6 months with barely any results however, most people I meet with perfect posture said they fixed their lordosis/ kyphosis with alexander technique. I've only had two lessons with no results but maybe I'm impatient. I haven't learnt much apart from the lying down supine position. Is it really worth it?
It's for my Music GCSE coursework, but when i try to research it, nothing comes up on google. i need to know how the alexander technique; reduces stress helps stamina breathing manage stage fright and movement please help :]]
I keep getting a stiff neck & migraine headaches. A friend suggested that a course of Alexander Technique lessons may help. I've had a look on the net but I still don't know what it involves or how much it costs & always feel wary when the price is not up front but I do want to sort my neck out. Can anybody advise me if this is a good course of action how many sessions on average you need and approx cost???
I would particularly like to know how this relates to violin or classical music. Could the Alexander Technique be considered as motion training? Thanks.
I'm trying to figure out how my credits will transfer, and I'm not really sure what the difference between academic electives and just electives is. This is what the requirements are for one year at the college I'm transferring the credits to: Senior Year Major Performance Study 12 Managing a Professional Carreer 2 Ryhthm and Eurythmics 2 Introduction to Alexander Technique 2 Classical Guitar Pedagogy 6 Classical Guitar Ensemble 3 Choral Ensemble 3 Music and the Humanities 3 Academic electives 12 Electives (any area) 6 TOTAL 51 Can electives be from any area whereas academic electives have to be related to your major's area? I have no idea, sp please be as specific as possible.
I know he attended Juilliard, which is big on freeing the body through the Alexander Technique, and on not pushing acting techniques. Does anyone know if he has adopted any of the techniques (Adler, Meisner, Strasberg, etc.) on his own? Thanks in advance!
The posture version of Alexander technique. Is it worth the money? and is it best to buy a book?
Does AMDA teach the basics of the Stanislavsy and Meisner techniques only? Do students develop their own technique afterwards? (A lot of schools seem to say that they do...) Also, what types of movement for actors do students learn? I've heard of the Laban movement, the Alexander technique. What are the details? How do students really improve?
I was investigating exercise/rehab type programs to help with my neck and back pain. In searching, I came across something called the "Alexander Technique". I read a little about it and saw that it supposedly has shown proof in studies that it helps with spinal pain. But overall it seems kind of sketchy since it focuses so much on this one guy Alexander. Does anyone know if it is a scam?