Family Practice: Patients' views of receiving lessons in the Alexander technique and an exercise
Subjects from the ATEAM study (above) were interviewed about their experience with the Alexander Technique lessons and exercise. Whereas many obstacles to exercising were reported, few barriers to learning the Alexander Technique were described, since it ‘made sense’, could be practiced while carrying out everyday activities or relaxing, and the teachers provided personal advice and support.
Yardley L et al (2010). Family Practice 27 (2):198-204.