Australasian Integrative Medicine Inc (AIMA) Integrating Complimentary and Mainstream Medicine
Australian Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (AUSTAT) AUSTAT is Australia's largest professional association of teachers of the Alexander Technique and is affiliated with an international network of societies of teachers of the Alexander Technique (ATAS), committed to supporting the highest possible standards of teacher training and professional competence.
Mornum Time Press Mornum Time Press is a small press specializing in books on education, with its first six titles, and a series of pamplets, focusing on the F. M. Alexander Technique.
Pedro De Alcantara: Alexander Technique for Musicians and Alexander Teachers Pedro De Alcantara is an internationally certified teacher of the Alexander Technique since 1986. He has developed and gathered dozens of innovative concepts and exercises in books, articles, and essays. He also lectures in conferences all over the world.
Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) STAT was founded in the UK in 1958 by teachers trained personally by FM Alexander. STAT’s first aim is to ensure the highest standards of teacher training and professional practice. There are currently over 2500 teaching members of STAT and its Affiliated Societies world-wide.
The Alexander Studio, London The centre for the Alexander Technique in central London, UK. The Director of the Studio, Anthony Kingsley, has been teaching and teacher training for over 20 years.
The Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH) ASPAH is the national peak body in Australia for the promotion of holistic healthcare for performing artists.
The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique The most comprehensive source for information about the Alexander Technique worldwide.
The Dewey-Alexander Connection John Dewey was an American philosopher and the most prominent voice of the school of philosophy known as pragmatism. He wrote the introductions to three of Alexander’s books and in those introductions he repeatedly voiced in his admiration for Alexander and his teaching in no uncertain terms.