AmSAT 25th ACGM T-Shirt - Women's

Woman's Style - Black Design printed on 100% Cotton White T-Shirt with Black trim at neck and cap sleeves. Fitted bodice. (this style runs SMALL - suggest ordering ONE SIZE UP) Sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL. PLEASE specify your desired size in the COMMENTS section of your order. Please note the 10% discount does NOT apply.

Alexander Technique featured on NPR (National Public Radio)

NPR interviews an AmSAT teacher a student of the Alexander Technique, and published author of research study on the AT.


The Life of Frederick Matthias Alexander

Michael Bloch
Alexander’s life story is exciting by any standards: from Tasmania to London, from elocution to an extraordinary innovative and effective method for health and self-development. This is a scholarly, well-researched and excellently written biography by a long-time pupil and professional biographer. In telling the story of the life and work of Alexander, Bloch conveys a sense of Alexander's personality and provides a psychological insight into the man behind the Technique.

Research Fund

The Research Fund is designed to provide financial support for ongoing research on the Alexander Technique. Contributions to this fund are designated specifically for the annual Research Grant given by AmSAT.

ACGM 2018

Committee Minutes

Committee Agendas

The 2018 ACGM immediately precedes the AT International Congress at Loyola University's Lake Shore Campus - stay tuned for details!

Committee Pages

Committee Contacts

Daria T. Okugawa, Progamming Director

Katerie Gormley, Secretary 


Clay Schaub

Rachel Hillmer

Jeremy Cohn

Laura Matthews

Alexandra Kassouf



Matthew Dubroff

Website Revision Task Force

Committee Minutes

Committee Agendas

10/3/2017: Survey to Membership Regarding Search Function

Committee Contacts

Lauren Hill, Chair

John Baron

Elizabeth Ellis-Hurwitt

Jill Geiger

Graeson Harris-Young

Brooke Lieb

Lindsay Newitter

Susan Overton

Ruth Rootberg



Board Liaison:

Jessica Santascoy

Committee Minutes

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Education and Back Pain: The Surprising Discovery

This article is an edited combination of three blogs posted by Donald Higdon on April 15 and September 14, 2016.  by Donald Higdon Back Schools These basic steps for lifting are fairly well known, and they bear repeating:

Buried Alive: Finding Movement in Immobility

Alexander Technique Teacher Jessica Wolf recounts her experience coaching Dianne Wiest for Yale Repertory Theatre’s Happy Days

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ACGM 2017 in San Diego

June 14 – 18

“Nature Does Not Work in Parts, but as a Whole”

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