The F. Matthias Alexander Technique: A Means of Understanding Man By: Walter H.M. Carrington

An introduction to the Alexander Technique, explaining in depth its three main aspects: reasoned inhibition, conscious direction and the primary control. The author points out how each stage of the Technique can be subject to empirical verification. The author argues that it is in the sphere of education that the Technique will find its most important application. [16 pages, bklt, 1970 (1963), Sheildrake Press, imported]

Mfr#: p103


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