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a method used in dealing with something

natural or acquired facility in a specific activity

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skillfulness in the command of fundamentals deriving from practice and familiarity

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She says: "I've been doing the Alexander Technique for two years now after reading about it in a newspaper.
Contact The Society of Teachers Of The Alexander Technique, 20 London House, 266 Fulham Road, London SW10 9EL or call 020 7351 0828.
The Alexander Technique Dance Website offers articles and links explaining how the Alexander Technique of body awareness and control can improve dance performance and prevent injuries.
Thrassou, who will lead the first workshop in Greek at 10am until 1pm and the second one in English from 5pm until 8pm, is certified by the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT), the world's oldest and largest professional body of Alexander Technique Teachers.
"I think that Alexander Technique and singing are like hands in a glove," says Malcolm Balk, a Montreal-based Alexander Technician who spends a good portion of his time working with singers.
Yoga stretches and strengthens the muscles--I'm a firm believer that strong muscles can be key to avoiding chronic back pain--and like the Alexander Technique, it helps to improve posture, which often plays a role in musculoskeletal pain.
(7) The Feldenkrais Method develops the student's awareness through exploratory movement, and Alexander Technique uses the principle of inhibition and redirection.
Then she discovered the Alexander technique, which aims to improve your posture.
Since moving to Los Angeles, she has studied Alexander Technique at the Howard Fine Studio, audition technique with Risa Bramon Garcia and is currently taking scene work classes with Tim Conlon at The BGB Studio.
Alexander Technique for Dancers Teacher Training, Classes, Workshops.
They would ask me to do such things as "speak from a forward position," "support the sound," "use the diaphragm," "lift the soft palate," "open the throat," "sing with sunshine sounds," "keep still," "don't push." If I ever asked for clarification of instructions, I would be told not to "get into semantics" or to "stop analysing or stop thinking." If any of these instructions made me tighten, I would be told to "stop trying so hard" or to "relax." I turned to the Alexander Technique to help me deal with the tension, and this helped to a certain extent, but soon some of the things I was asked to do in Alexander lessons became just as confusing and ineffective as those in voice lessons.
In addition to recitals and master classes, sessions included natural horn, alphorn, Alexander Technique, recital repertoire, instrument maintenance, Caruso method, jazz improvisation, and amateur concerns.
I decided to throw everything I had into the Alexander Technique. I'd tried it a few years before but hadn't stuck at it.
In our January '15 issue, contributor Michael Bloom reviewed two new books about the Alexander Technique under the headline "Alexander's Band." Our readers share their experiences with that acting method: