The Alexander Technique: A Practical Introduction

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Richard Brennan

A revised edition of The Alexander Technique Workbook. This book is an easy-to-read introduction with minimum Alexander jargon. It explains the history of the Technique as well as basic Alexander principles and vocabulary. Each chapter contains several procedures and awareness exercises which illustrate the points made and which are designed to help the reader observe and improve one's use. The book covers in detail primary control, inhibition, direction, faulty sensory perception and the semi-supine. There is also a section in what you can expect on a lesson and six actual case histories. This book is designed to be used by new students in conjunction with a course of Alexander lessons. [150 pages, line-drawings illustrations, large pb, 1998, Element USA]

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