S.T.A.T. (The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique) can be contacted at:-
Grove Business Centre
560-568 High Road
Tel: 0845 230 7828
e-mail STAT at email@example.com
The S.T.A.T. web site www.alexandertechnique.co.uk
is very well organised and well worth a visit. It has a list of all the S.T.A.T. registered teachers in the U.K. as well as a wealth of information about the Alexander Technique in general and what is going on around the country.
For a very comprehensive site dealing not only with the Alexander Technique but also with a wide range of categories, both personal and corporate, to improve overall health, take a look at www.hiteltd.co.uk
Also has online booking for group events and a book shop.
For a well set out website by a London based Alexander Technique teacher, take a look at Anthony Kingsley’s site at http://alexander-technique-london.co.uk
A very comprehensive American site is run by Robert Rickover. It is The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique, and can be found at www.alexandertechnique.com
Robert keeps his sites bang up to date. They have much to interest anyone who wants to find out more about the Technique and related subjects.
If you want to find out about Mindfullness lessons and courses in Leeds then have a look at the website of Ken Lunn, a good friend and a great teacher. kenlunn.com
Peter Nobes teaches the Alexander Technique in Central and South East London, at
South Bank Alexander Centre, Blackfriars Rd, London SE1
London Bridge Osteopathic Clinic, Borough High St, London SE1
Greenwich Natural Health Centre, Royal Hill, London SE10.Visit his website at www.alexandertech.co.uk or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
ChakrasMy very good friend Fleck Fletcher teaches Yoga in and around Leeds.
He is a lovely person and an inspiring teacher. Also, he is a qualified Yoga Therapist.
To find out more, visit his website at www.leeds-yoga.co.uk
The F Matthias Alexander Trust was created in 1990 to advance the education of the general public in the Alexander Technique, to promote research and study into all aspects of the Alexander Technique and to disseminate the useful results of that research.
The Trust has been very active in the recent past and ahead of a proposed new fund-raising drive has built a website detailing some of its activitiesand setting out its contact addresses.
The site is to be found at www.alexandertrust.org.uk
If you are trying to get hold of books about the Alexander Technique a good place to look is Mornum Time Press www.mtpress.com
You can email them at email@example.com
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Alexander Technique Teacher, London – Hilary King – Hilary King (MSTAT) teaches the Alexander Technique in North London (N16).