Alexander Technique Resources
STAT was established in 1958 and is the original and largest representative and regulatory professional body for Alexander teachers.
STAT represents the great majority of teachers in the UK. There is a full searchable list of teachers available here.
The website of the regional training course for teachers.
In addition to teacher training the school offers short intensive courses, classes for experienced students and postgraduate and CPD courses for qualified teachers. Please contact me with any questions, to visit the classes, or to register your interest in training as a teacher.
An initiative of the Scientific Research Group of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, this website provides a platform where people with a scientific and/or scholarly interest in all aspects of the Alexander Technique can exchange information, ideas, experience and proposals.
A clearly presented, fully referenced and up to date overview of the scientific research on the Alexander Technique. Julia Woodman is a teacher and trainer of teachers of the A.T. based in Edinburgh who is also a science researcher and medical writer. She is either the lead author or a contributing writer of many of the most important research publications on the A.T.
A dedicated website of the Society of the Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT).
"The Alexander Technique is taught worldwide in schools, colleges and universities, and is a powerful aid for children and young people. It reawakens natural poise so that minds and bodies can work in harmony to counter stress in our environment. It substitutes habitual tensions with a free-flowing coordination, and thus has a wide range of applications for young people."
A specialist publisher of books on the Alexander Technique and a bookshop with the most extensive list of books on the AT available anywhere, as well as a number of other resources.
A personal view for musicians, music students and their teachers, by Malcolm Williamson.
Malcolm Williamson studied at the Royal College of music and played the viola with major orchestras before training as a teacher of the Alexander Technique. He has been teaching at the Royal Northern College of Music since 1985.
Other useful Alexander Technique links
There's a rather good introduction to the history and principles of the AT on YouTube, here.
More advanced students of the Alexander Technique may be interested in some of the additional links provided on the resources page of the website of the Manchester Alexander Technique Training School (MATTS) and a much more comprehensive list of resources, including a large selection of books, articles, videos, audio files and pamphlets for free download, on the MATTS resources page intended for qualified teachers and more advanced students.