Even best office chairs are not capable of saving your back and neck from deterioration…fact.
And this is when Alexander Technique comes in.
Well, since you are here reading this, it is likely you already have an idea of what this is.
If however you do not know what this is, we will provide a little background to help you understand this very important article better.
These lessons help a participant achieve a higher level of conscious control.
The result is a myriad of benefits which include better:
- Musculoskeletal system and more.
These improvements result in a generally improved all-round wellness and performance.
This practice has been on for over a century and has continued to gain ground as a viable solution to a lot of wellness issues.
In addition to these, it teaches Primary Control – the interaction that takes place among the head, neck and back.
This is a technique that delivers holistic results.
Does this sound too good to be true?
If you think it does, this article is exactly what you need.
We will give you 52 reasons (backed by studies or professional opinion) why you should try Alexander Technique.
If nothing else can convince you, this would!
Don’t forget to thank us later. 🙂
52 Reasons to Try Alexander Technique
For Pains and General Wellness
For The Elderly
For Musicians and Singers
For Public Speakers
For Athletes and Sports People
For General Application
Update 11th June 2017:
BONUS: Expert Corner
Research above is certainly very reassuring, but…that’s not everything.
The real life perspective.
This is why I reached out to the best Alexander Technique practitioners in order to directly ask them regarding the benefits of the practice.
Here is what they say (the list is updated every once in a while):
Almost everyone who has had Alexander Technique lessons testifies to seeing immediate results.
What we have listed above only covers the information we could get.
We have no doubt that this technique offers a lot more than is listed above.
The Nobel Laureate Nicolaas Tinbergen noted that:
The importance of the treatment has been stressed by many prominent people, for instance John Dewey, Aldous Huxley, and – perhaps more convincing to us – by scientists of renown, such as Coghill, Raymond Dart, and the great neurophysiologist Sherrington.
Yet, with few exceptions, the medical profession has largely ignored Alexander – perhaps under the impression that he was the center of some kind of ‘cult’, and also because the effects seemed difficult to explain.
It is now clear that Alexander Technique is something to consider if what you are looking for is results and not explanations.