What happens during an Alexander Technique Lesson or Class?
In these conversations, Robert and Eileen talk about Alexander Technique lessons and classes and about "homework" your teacher may (or may not) ask you to do.
What happens in an Alexander Technique Lesson
Here Robert and Eileen talk about what you can expect when you take a Lesson Click here to listen to or download this conversation
What happens in an Alexander Technique Class
Here Robert and Eileen discuss the history of group teaching, going back to 1896. They then talk about the advantages of group classes. Mention is made of Marjorie Barstow. Click here to listen to or download this conversation
What kind of "Alexander Homework" will your teacher ask you to do?
Here Robert and Eileen discuss the different approaches to this queston among Alexand Technique teachers. A reference is made to the article "I've had my first Alexander Lesson - What do I do Now" Several master teachers are mentioned: Walter Carrington, Marjorie Barstow and Patrick Macdonald. There is a reference to Missy Vineyard's book How You Stand, How You Move, How You Live: Learning the Alexander Technique... A comprehensive collection of ideas an Alexander Technique student can explore on his or her own can be found at Alexander Technique Self Study - Click here to listen to or download this conversation
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