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The American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT) – United States of America

Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) – United Kingdom

American Society for the Alexander Technique (ACAT)

Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique

Research Articles

Neck Pain

The large randomized controlled trial called ATLAS (Alexander Technique Lessons or Acupuncture Sessions for people with chronic neck pain).

Self-efficacy and self-care-related outcomes following Alexander Technique lessons for people with chronic neck pain

Back Pain

Listen to an interview with Dr. Paul Little, MD, Lead Investigator for the study

Another interview with Dr. Paul Little, MD, Lead Investigator for the study

Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association


Francisco Varela and The Gesture of Awareness: A new Direction in Cognitive Science and its Relevance to the Alexander Technique by Rachel Zahn relates cutting-edge developments in the field of cognitive science to the Alexander Technique in a thoughtful and interactive way

Nobel Laureate


Feasibility of group delivery of the Alexander Technique on balance in the community-dwelling elderly: preliminary findings

Functional reach improvement in normal older women after Alexander Technique instruction

Effects of Alexander Technique training experience on gait behaviour in older adults

I never thought I could do that…”: Outcomes from an Alexander Technique pilot group for older people with a fear of falling

Postural Tone

an overview of the study cited above published in the STAT News

Neuromechanical interference of posture on movement: evidence from Alexander Technique teachers rising from a chair

Prolonged weight-shift and altered spinal coordination during sit-to-stand in practitioners of the Alexander Technique

Parkinson’s Disease

Randomized controlled trial of the Alexander Technique for idiopathic Parkinson’s disease


Reductions in co-contraction following neuromuscular re-education in people with knee osteoarthritis


Summary of a study performed at San Francisco State University