Connected Perspectives - Alexander Technique in Context
edited by Claire Rennie, Tanya Shoop and Kamal Thapen.
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.
Christine Ackers, Kathleen Ballard, Glenna Batson, Anne Battye, Erik Bendix, Peter Buckoke, Jonathan Cole, Barry Collins, Sheila Christie, Henry Fagg, Alex Farkas, Brita Forsstrom, Fumie Hosoi, Nadia Kevan, Tim Kjeldsen, Judith Kleinmann, Claire de Obaldia, Sue Pepper, Peter Ribeaux, Joseph Sanders, Keith Silvester, Lucia Walker, Sharyn West, Malcolm Williamson and Julia Woodman.
The Alexander Technique is for living life to the full. I would like to wholeheartedly endorse this book and thank all the writers who have taken the time to further explore and comment upon FM’s profound and significant discovery and show its value across a broad range of human endeavour.