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50 Hortense St
Glen Iris, VIC, 3146

0490 126 293

Practice of Jeremy Woolhouse, pianist and Alexander Technique Teacher in Melbourne, Australia

Specialist in working with musicians, RSI, posture re-education, neck, back and chronic pain management. 

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Alexander Technique video, audio and media

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Piano Resources

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Practice Guides

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Other health services and products

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Taubman Technique

Jeremy Woolhouse  Sonya Lifschitz - Taumban Technique teacher in Melbourne The Well Balanced Pianist's article on Taubman Technique  The Golanski Institute is recognised as the most authoritative on Taubman Technique


Teachers Internationally

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Teachers outside of Melbourne

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Teachers in Melbourne

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General Alexander Technique education, with specialist services for musicians.  RSI, posture re-education, back and neck pain, chronic pain management-  Glen Iris  Kate Morris and Chris Falk - Yoga and Alexander Technique - Northcote Ria Soemardjo - Expert in vocal tuition and Alexander Technique - Thornbury Jenny Thirtle - Expert in vocal tuition and Alexander Technique - Bentleigh and North Fitzroy*  Marigold Smith in Healsville – specialist with Horse riding and Yoga  Kate Martin and Kazimirs Krasovskis - both musicians - Melbourne CBD  Penny McDonald - experienced with actors and musicians - St Kilda* The School for FM Alexander Studies yoga practice homepage - North Fitzroy Ann Shoebridge - Expert in musicians health and performance - Warrenwood* Bronwyn Munro - specialist in chronic pain management - Rosanna Robert Schubert - Head of woodwind at Melbourne Uni - Mt Waverly Carol Veldhoven - voice and piano - Hawthorn East David Moore - Director of Melbourne's teacher training course - North Fitzroy Group of teachers in Melbourne and regional Victoria

* Teachers recommended for group workshops for musicians and music students.

Recomended Reading

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Pedro De Alcantara “Indirect Procedures – a musicians guide to the Alexander Technique”
Oxford 1997

A fantastic introduction to the technique and principles.  Very clear and easy to read.  Fascinating and entertaining.  The second part of the book is dedicated to ways the technique can be applied by musicians in practice and performance.  Highly recommended for musicians.

Thomas Mark “What Every Pianist Needs to Know About the Body”
Gia Publications 2004

Specifically for pianists, this book offers anatomical diagrams and guidelines for achieving an easeful piano technique.  The authors draw on Alexander Technique and Taubman Technique to present a clear physiologically sound approach which is consistent with Alexander Technique principles.

F M Alexander “The Use of the Self”
Methuen1932 re-printed by Gollancz 1998

Alexander is not heralded for his literary skills – the language is dated and sometimes takes a few readings to make sense of.  However, this is the primary source, and of his 4 books, this is the most concise, clearest and least expensive.  It is also the most fascinating as he recounts how he developed his technique, and how he teaches it in a couple of different situations.

Pedro De Alcantara “A Skill for Life”
Crowood 1999

In his easy going conversational style Pedro De Alcantara presents a very accessible general introduction to the technique.

Michael Gelb “Body Learning”
Henry Holt Co 1981

Another accessible introduction to the technique, with a few points for beginners to consider.

Don Weed “What You Think is What You Get”
ITM Publications, USA 2004

An intellectual and sometimes challenging text that is very thought provoking.  It goes quiet deep into the principles and is philosophical, yet practical.  


Kapit and Elson “The Anatomy Coloring Book”
Benjamin Cummings Publishing 2002

A basic understanding of anatomical structures is incredibly useful in contemplating the nature of human movement and behaviour.  Not only is this book a very clear explanation of where the anatomical features are and what they do, but you get to colour them in too!  The colouring is a great aid to learning.  It does use some technical terminology in the text, but the visual reference is the more important.


Deane Juhan “Job’s Body – a handbook for bodywork”
Barrytown Station Hill 2003

This book is a not written by an Alexander teacher or student.  It is intended for “bodyworkers” from various disciplines.  It describes in technical detail the workings of the body and mind in relationship to bodywork.  It goes a long way towards explaining why Alexander Technique is so profound.  It does require some background knowledge of anatomical terms.

Stephen Nachmanovich “Free Play – Improvisation in life and Art”
Tarcher Putnam1990

A book devoted to the inspiration and expression of improvisation.  With a bit of imagination the text can be related to Alexander Technique or any act of living.  Recommended for anyone who considers their work an art form.


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Professional Societies

Jeremy Woolhouse The Australian Society of teachers of the Alexander Technique Alexander Technique International - International Teachers Society  Alexander Technique Education - International Teachers Society  The Canadian Society of teachers of the Alexander Technique – with some good introductory info  The American Society of teachers of the Alexander Technique – with some good introductory info  The most established teaching association.  Based in the UK The international Affiliated Societies of STAT

Information Websites

Jeremy Woolhouse  Easy to read and engaging articles on Alexander Technique with some targeted at musicians.  A good succinct explanation of who FM Alexander was and what his work entails  Has a couple of experiments you can do yourself as you read… Interviews and articles on various topics pertaining to Alexander technique, especially of interest to musicians.  International Journal of the Alexander technique A collection of resources and links  The “Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique” - information, resources and links
Includes a number of quotes from famous students of Alexander Technique
The Canadian Society of teachers of the Alexander Technique – with some good introductory info
The American Society of teachers of the Alexander Technique – with some good introductory info

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