Clone of Research

"I never thought I could do that...."

Outcomes from an Alexander Technique pilot group for older people with a fear of falling.

European Journal of Integrative Medicine 17 (2018)

Conclusion:  The intervention had a positive impact on falls-related and physical skills, and psychological well-being. This supports its potential as a useful intervention for older people with a fear of falling, larger scale studies are merited.

​Alexander Technique Lessons or Acupuncture Sessions for Persons With Chronic Neck Pain

Annals of Internal Medicine (2015)

Conclusion:  Acupuncture sessions and Alexander Technique lessons boht led to significant reduction in neck pain and associated disability compared with usual care at 12 months. Enhanced self-efficacy may partially explain why longer-term benefits were sustained.

Functional Reach Improvement in Normal Older Women After Alexander Technique Instruction

Journal of Gerontology (1999)

Conclusion: AT instruction may be effective in improving balance and thereby reducing the incidence of falls in normal older women.