How to Learn the Alexander Technique: A Manual for Students
By Barbara Conable and William Conable
A primer for students of the Alexander Technique, a well-known method for improving freedom and ease of movement and physical coordination. This book provides the first authoritative account of William Conable’s concept, Body Mapping, the study of how our ideas about our bodies affect our experience and movement.
This concept is integrated with a lucid explanation of the Alexander Technique that clarifies and simplifies the task of teaching and learning the Technique.
Available from Available at GIA Publications
Japanese translation by Yuzuru Katagiri and Chie Koyama available from Seishin Shobo, Limited, of Tokyo.