Recent scientific studies of the effects of Alexander Technique lessons on muscle tone and movement coordination

Body Learning: The Alexander Technique show

Summary: Tim Cacciatore, PhD is an Alexander Technique teacher, neuroscientist and currently a Senior Research Associate at the University College London Institute of Neurology in London England. In this interview he describes his research into muscle tone and movement coordination and how they are affected by Alexander Technique lessons. Tim's studies, <em>Increased dynamic regulation of postural tone through Alexander Technique training</em> and <em>Prolonged weight-shift and altered spinal coordination during sit-to-stand in practitioners of the Alexander Technique</em> can be read in full at <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a>Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Website: <a href=""></a>. More information about the Alexander Technique: <a href=""></a>