Book Launch – Connected Perspectives: Alexander Technique in Context


Connected Perspectives book cover

I am delighted to announce the launch of a book of new writings on the Alexander Technique. My colleagues, Kamal Thapen and Claire Rennie, and I have been working on this for the past 2 years,  bringing these wonderful articles to print.

Connected Perspectives comprises 23 contemporary articles which relate the Alexander Technique to diverse fields of human endeavour. Ranging from Literature to Musical Training, from Skiing to Sex, from Psychotherapy to Anatomy, from Birth to Personal Cultivation, from the Ideomotor Principle to Historical Overviews – this collection is essential reading for those who would like to explore the Alexander Technique in a wider context. Written by experts in their respective fields, the articles invite readers, both familiar and those not previously acquainted with the Technique, to gain an understanding of its potential.

The Authors

photos of authors - Connected Perspectives - Alexander Technique in Context

Jonathan Cole,Julia Woodman, Sue Pepper, Kathleen Ballard, Christine Ackers, Claire de Obaldia, Fumie Hosoi, Keith Sylvester, Malcolm Williamson, Alex Farkas, Tim Kjeldsen, Peter Ribeaux, Henry Fagg, Erik Bendix, Brita Forsstrom, Judith Kleinmann, Peter Buckoke, Joseph Sanders, Nadia Kevan, Barry Collins, Sheila Christie, Sharyn West, Lucia Walker, Glenna Batson and Anne Battye.  

Edited by Claire Rennie, Tanya Shoop and Kamal Thapen

Publishing Details: ISBN: ISBN 978 0 95689 974 3

Paperback, 218x140mm, 352 pages in black and white with colour cover.

Price: £25 plus P&P. 
 Elisabeth Walker, Alexander Technique teacher

‘The Alexander Technique is for living life to the full. I would like to wholeheartedly endorse this book … ‘ 
Elisabeth Walker – Foreword

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