The Expanding Self: How the Alexander Technique Changed My Life

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Goddard Binkley

After having lessons in the Technique in New York, Binkley moved to London in 1950 to have lessons with F. M. Alexander and subsequently trained as a teacher (1953-57). Often referred to as “the Binkley diaries,” this is the most extensive and vivid record of how Alexander taught. Binkley re-edited his manuscript a few times over the next 30 years and included relevant paragraphs from Alexander’s books and autobiographical material, making the book a detailed and personal case history. It shows indirectly - by the attitude expressed in the diary entries - how profoundly and subtly the Technique works. [178+ xviii pages, hb, 11 b/w photos, index of names, 1993, STAT Books, imported]

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