I got this title from a blog by PJ Balde , a student of the Alexander Technique. PJ also kindly allowed me to use the image at the left. PJ wrote about his teacher Michael Gillespie: In one of (his … Continue reading →
About Robert Rickover
Robert Rickover is an Alexander Technique teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska. He also teaches regularly in Toronto, Canada and offers Zoom sessions.
Not Dewey of the TV show “Malcolm in the Middle”. Not Melvil Dewey, the originator of the Dewey Decimal Classification System. Not even Thomas E. Dewey, who ran unsuccessfully against Harry Truman in the close presidential election of 1948, and … Continue reading →
“It’s for everybody.” says Judith Stern, PT, an Alexander Technique teacher for over 25 years. As she points out at the start of the short video below, “There isn’t anybody who won’t say to you in conversation: “My goodness, my … Continue reading →
He doesn’t appear on any of the official teachers’ lists – but then neither does F. Matthias Alexander, developer of the Alexander Technique. Like Alexander, and teachers of his method today, God had a great interest in the condition of … Continue reading →
Is there a perfect chair? A chair that encourages an easy upright posture, a minimum amount of harmful strain, and that is comfortable to sit in throughout the day? Most Alexander Technique teachers would say “no” – that the harmful … Continue reading →
Marjorie Barstow, a well-known teacher of the Alexander Technique used to say “Someday there will be a science of human movement that incorporates Alexander’s discoveries.” (Alexander is F. Matthias Alexander, the developer of the Alexander Technique.) I was always a … Continue reading →