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An introduction that is unsatisfying,
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This review is from: Body Learning: An Introduction to the Alexander Technique, Second Edition (Paperback)
I don't recommend this book if you want to learn anything at all about how this technique is actually practiced. The impression one gets from the book is that apparently only Alexander himself and a few other self-interested "disciples" (read: current Alexander school directors) are intellectually talented and/or physiologically gifted enough to learn this magical technique and teach others, so you are left still wondering at the end of the book what the point was of reading it in the first place.
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Initial post: Jul 8, 2014 5:59:01 PM PDT
Paulo V. M. Rodrigues says:
you wish learn of a book? the alexander technique course for teachers have 1600 hours. it's a ingenuous point, no?
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