Here are some websites where you can find more information on the Alexander Technique and related topics.

American Society for the Alexander Technique
The website of the largest professional association of certified Alexander Technique teachers in the United States. Find information on the Alexander Technique and a nationwide listing of teachers.

Alexander Technique Teachers of Greater Philadelphia
This site includes a listing of teachers in the greater Philadelphia area, including Delaware, southeastern Pennsylvania and southern/central New Jersey. Workshops and other events in the area are also listed.

The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique
This comprehensive site contains a wealth of information, articles, downloads and links about the Alexander Technique and its many different applications.

The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique
The website of the oldest and largest professional society of teachers of the Alexander Technique based in the United Kingdom, with good introductory articles about the Technique and its benefits.

Alexander Technique Teachers Network
This website has a directory of Alexander Technique teachers. Starting with teachers in Australia, it is developing into a resource to find a teacher anywhere in the world.

Body Learning: The Alexander Technique Podcast
A podcast devoted to all aspects of the Alexander Technique – you can listen on your computer or subscribe with iTunes.

Alexander Technique Blogs
Find blogs by Alexander Technique teachers, trainees, students and pupils from around the world.

Body Learning Blog
A blog exploring the Alexander Technique and the discoveries of F. Matthias Alexander by Robert Rickover, an Alexander Technique teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Alexander Video
The global resource for the very best videos about the Alexander Technique.

Up With GravitySM
This system, created by Alexander Technique teacher Robert Rickover, is a simple and effective way to use gravity in a way that helps your coordination.

The following are sites of other Alexander Teachers around the world:

Mindful Alexander Technique
Alexander Technique teacher Becca Ferguson has a special interest in the prevention of “Sitting Disease,” and also enjoys working with people post surgery and during or after chemotherapy.

Decompress – Back Pain Relief with the Alexander Technique
This website by Matt Pressman in South Florida addresses many issues relevant to back pain sufferers with additional Alexander Technique practical tips included in his blog.

Alexander Technique in North London
Peter Wakefield’s website is all about how the Alexander Technique can help you to improve your physical and mental well-being.

Alexander Technique and Craniosacral Therapy
Daška Hatton is an Alexander Technique teacher and Craniosacral Therapist in Notting Hill and Islington in London. Learn about these two different, but complementary, modalities on her site.

Alexander Technique in New York City
Mark Josefsberg teaches the Alexander Technique in NYC. He also writes a great blog giving tips, advice and inspiration on how to reduce tension, relieve pain and improve posture.

Sarah’s Alexander Studio in North East London
Sarah Warman teaches the Alexander Technique in Stoke Newington in North East London. Sarah is also the inspiration behind the Alexander Technique Growing Together community, connecting all friends and fans of the Alexander Technique.

Alexander Technique in Chobham, Surrey (UK)
Angela Bradshaw teaches the Alexander Technique in Chobham, Surrey. As well as working with the general public, she specializes in bringing this work to medical imaging staff.

The Body Wonderful
Annie Turner is an Alexander Technique teacher in Cornwall (UK). As it says on her site, “The Body Wonderful evokes people to bloom. The Body Wonderful teaches Mastery, Mastery of You.”

Maleen Schultka is an Alexander Technique teacher in Bad Aibling who specializes in working with horse riders. “Der intelligente Weg gut zu sitzen, zu reiten, zu leben!”

Alexander Technique in London
Adrian Farrell works in Soho (Central London) and in Highgate and East Finchley (North London). He specializes in helping office workers improve their posture, health and performance in their working day.

Mouvement Alexander
Noëlle Keruzoré teaches the Alexander Technique in France. She specializes in helping actors activate their creative thinking so as to express freely their full artistic creativity.

The Art of Freedom
Jennifer Roig-Francolí, an Alexander Technique teacher based in Cincinnati, OH, specializes in helping musicians to relax in activity and direct their focus, thoughts, and movements for consistent performance and peak flow creativity.

Alexander Technique in Brookline & Chestnut Hill, MA
Cécile Raynor teaches Alexander Technique and Thai Yoga, helping people discover effortless postural health.

Alexander Technique Studio
Véronique Druesne teaches in the Alexander Technique in Cork, Ireland. She works with people with neck and back pain, posture issues, stress and more.

Alexander Technique Studio
Dana Ben-Yehuda’s Alexander Technique studio is in Mountain View, California, near San Jose. “Experience the Alexander Technique to restore the natural grace and poise that is our birthright and allows us to live in the moment.”

The Notting Hill Alexander Technique Studio
Nicholas Brandon runs one of the longest established (1995) Alexander Technique studios in central west London.