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He started helping other actors and doctors began referring patients to him. In 1904 he re-located to London and started teaching here. He began training others to teach and develop the technique.
John Cleese’s Ministry of Silly Walks was apparently inspired by his lessons in the Alexander Technique!
“The Alexander Technique has helped me undo knots, unblock energy, and deal with almost paralysing stage fright.” William Hurt, actor.
“The Technique’s many benefits for actors include minimized tension, centeredness, vocal relaxation, and responsiveness, mind/body connection, and about an inch and a half additional height.” Kevin Kline, actor.
“The Alexander Technique makes a real difference to my often tense and busy life. Its thoughtful approach has made me calmer, improved my concentration and given me a clearer sense of my own wellbeing. I am grateful for it.” Joan Bakewell, journalist and broadcaster.
“97% of people with back pain could benefit by learning the Alexander Technique – it is only a very small minority of back pain sufferers that require medical intervention such as surgery.” Jack Stern spinal neurosurgeon, New York.