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ABOUT HOW ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE HAS HELPED THEM
- People who study Alexander Technique (best taught in one-on-one, hands-on lessons with a trained, certified AT teacher) typically experience relief from chronic pain and discomfort, improved breathing and voice production, and greater ease of movement.
- Regular practice of Alexander Technique can bring about improvement in general functioning overall: better balance, respiration, circulation, digestion, mood and mental clarity.
- Continuous, ongoing practice of Alexander Technique increases the individual's capacity to resist habitual, debilitating reactions to internal and external stimuli, and increase his or her capacity for meeting physical, mental and emotional challenges with greater creativity and resilience.
- AT teaching has been passed down directly from its early 20th-century creator, F.M. Alexander. Over time different teaching approaches have emerged, adapted by influential teachers who originally trained under F.M.
- At betterATbeing, AT is taught in the tradition of Walter Carrington, to whom F.M. entrusted his practice on his death. Carrington's classic approach to teaching AT is closest to F.M.'s own, providing the pupil with the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to take on any activity with grace, poise and freedom.
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