Alexander Video provides links to the very best Alexander Technique videos available online and in DVD format. In addition to introductory videos, you will find videos about specific applications of the Technique, talks and demonstrations by master teachers, and descriptions of the Alexander Technique by students. Your comments and suggestions for additional videos are always welcome.
Here are a few featured videos:
A Short Introduction to the Alexander Technique by Marjorie Barstow:
British Medical Journal Video Introducing the Alexander Technique:
An Introduction to the Technique for Musicians:
47 Second video introduction to the Alexander Technique: Watch
2 1/2 minute video description of what happens during an Alexander Technique lesson: Watch
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Alexander Technique Nebraska and Toronto with Robert Rickover
Robert Rickover is a teacher of the Alexander Technique in Lincoln, Nebraska. He also teaches regularly in Toronto, Canada. He also offers Skype Posture and Movement Coaching sessions.
Robert has been teaching the Alexander Technique for over 30 years. He trained at the School of Alexander Studies in London and studied extensively with the late Marjorie Barstow and assisted her in teaching workshops in Lincoln.
Robert is on the faculty of the annual Nebraska Wesleyan University High School Solo Singer Workshop. He is the Director of Alexander Technique Workshops – Bring a Workshop to Your Area.
He hosts the Alexander Technique Podcast and is the creator of Body Learning Blog and the many other websites about the Alexander Technique.
Robert is the owner of Alexander Technique Website Hosting – a service for Alexander Technique teachers. He is the developer of Up With GravitySM – a way to harness the power of gravity to release tension and lighten up
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