This DVD is an ideal introduction for health professionals and new or intending pupils.
It features several well-known teachers of the Technique, among them Marjory Barlow, Andrea Beesley, Rosemary Brenner, Peter Fisher, Misha Magidov, and Jeremy Chance. Case histories are provided by a singer, a bricklayer, a draftsman and a clarinet soloist (Deborah de Graaf). The physiologist Archie MacIntyre talks on inhibition, and G. E. Coghill’s discoveries of the universal principle of all vertebral movement are explained. Schematic drawings of spine and head-neck positions and amusing cartoons are used to illustrate basic principles of the Technique. It also contains some good footage of young children moving.
This DVD was produced in Australia in collaboration with the Alexander Technique community between 1993 and 1996.
|Binding. Pages. Year.||DVD. 25 minutes. 1996.|
An Introduction to the Alexander Technique [DVD]
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