One of the extraordinary things about the Alexander Technique is how simple and yet all encompassing it is. We can approach it from many points of view – anatomical, philosophical, psychological – and it can be applied to many different types of activities.

Here is a selection of articles covering both overall views and specific subjects.

by Walter Carrington

Nikolaas Tinbergen talks about the Alexander Technique in his acceptance lecture for the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine in 1973

Working Pain Free.pdf
The Alexander Technique for dentists by Dana Ben-Yehuda, published in the Journal of California Dental Hygienists’ Association, 2011

For a list of scientific articles see Bibliography

For information on scientific research see STAT

For a wide range of different articles see The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique