Monthly Archives: March 2012


Alexander Technique For Posture

Many Alexander Technique teachers are slumpers, or former slumpers. My name is Mark and I'm a slumper. Slumping was my habit before I became an Alexander Technique teacher, and it will be my habit forever. Although slumping is my habit, I don't have to 'do' my habit; I don't have to inhabit my habit. I could observe it. Through awareness...

F.M. Alexander (1969-?)

What if F.M. Alexander, the originator of the Alexander Technique, was born in 1969 in New York City, instead of 1869 in Tazmania? What would the Alexander Technique look like today? How would it differ? What can we learn about our habits and beliefs as Alexander Technique teachers and students?

Mark Josefsberg-Alexander Technique NYC In New York Magazine

I was happy to be asked by New York Magazine to write a few sentences about the Alexander Technique. The Alexander Technique was to be included as one of the steps in an article entitled: '50 Steps To Simple Happiness.' New York Magazine wanted me to give a few instructions about the Alexander Technique, and when to 'do' the Alexander Technique. Yikes... When to do the Alexander Technique? When not to do the Alexander Technique would save space! The Alexander Technique isn't something you do at certain times, say from 7 to 8 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The Alexander Technique is more like...

The Alexander Technique Posture and You

The Alexander Technique is an easeful way to improve posture and reduce your back pain. It involves all of you; from brain to toe. The Alexander Technique helps you improve posture as you loosen your grip, increase your breathing, and boost your mood...
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