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Research shows effectiveness of
lessons in the Alexander Technique
for relief of neck and back pain.

texting and the spine

Alexander Technique recommended to avoid strain on neck and spine that can occur when using handheld devices.
The Journal News 

Study published in the British Medical Journal shows long term benefits for patients with chronic back pain of one-to-one lessons in the AT from certified teachers.



Alexander Technique

For over 100 years the Alexander Technique
has enabled people of all ages, all across the world,
to regain good posture, balance and poise
and relieve stiffness, tension and pain
for the long-term.

Teaching the
Alexander Technique
since 1990

Jill Geiger, AmSAT, STAT

certified teacher
Newton, MA

617. 527. 7373


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What is it?
Overview of the Alexander Technique


How is it taught?
Description and photos of a typical lesson

What's the best way to try it out?
Information about lessons and
introductory workshops in the greater Boston area

What training do teachers have?
Information about teacher qualifications and
organizations of certified teachers, national and international

                              I really want is control over my own body

 AT in the news

Citations of articles in journals,
newspapers and magazines

Jill Geiger, certified teacher
greater Boston area
Brief bio.

What are some good books to read?

Recommended reading and
sources for books and journals


Comments from some of my pupils and
quotes from some notable people about their experiences with the AT

by car
by public transportation


Websites of a selection of other teachers,
training courses and pupils