Who Benefits?

The Alexander Technique promotes improved balance, posture and coordination for all ages, abilities and applications:

  • Computer users and people who sit for long hours
  • People with different types of pain, including: neuropathy; arthritis; fibromyalgia; and migraines
  • People with issues such as: trauma; Parkinson’s Disease, lupus and scleroderma
  • Musicians, singers, dancers and actors
  • Business professionals and others who make presentations
  • Athletes, golfers and fitness enthusiasts
  • Equestrians
  • People who meditate, work out and/or practice yoga, Pilates, T’ai Chi etc

Celebrities have studied the Alexander Technique for decades.  According to an online article in Marie Clare UK  British singer & designer Victoria Beckham began practicing the Alexander Technique to combat her poor posture and “round-shouldered look”,  because she feared that “her love of lavish footwear may leave her with a hunchback look as she gets older.”  Click on the link above to check out the Marie Clare UK article.

Other famous students of the Alexander Technique include: Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett ·actor Hugh Jackman · singer Paul McCartney  · singer  Sting · actor Robin Williams  · actor Alan Rickman ·  actress Maggie Smith  · actress Judi Dench · singer Madonna · actor Paul Newman · actress Marilyn Monroe · actor Marlon Brando · Jacquelyn Kennedy Onassis.

Hugh Jackman talks about his experience with the Alexander Technique: