The Constructive Teaching Centre in London carries on Walter Carrington's training for teachers of Alexander Technique, a continuation of F.M. Alexander's own teacher training.
AT and The Study of the Self
Visit the Dimon Institute, where AT is uniquely explored as a basis for The Study of the Self. This site providesextensive neuroscientific, philosophical, and educational context around Alexander Technique.Recommended: Ted Dimon's Anatomy of Directing.
Recommended Reading: Body, Breath and Being, by Carolyn Nicholls. Nicholls has done a terrific job describing the process of learning the Alexander Technique, step by step, with very helpful pictures. Particularly valuable is the book's first chapter, which describes how to assume a powerful posture and practice called semi-supine, which you can do daily, on your own.There is no adequate substitute for in-person lessons, but this is a great introduction and companion to lessons with a trained Alexander Technique teacher.