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Update on New Active Issue [3.9]

The articles for the new Active issue on topics; Tennis, Running, Swimming, Pilates and Golf will be worth the wait. 

"A Direction Journal stays in print for many years" I was once reminded. Years of use for students and Alexander teachers alike. When I set out interviewing the most knowledgeable Alexander teachers in their respective fields my excitement grew quickly. Let's change the conversation in the sporting world to include knowledge that Alexander teachers have been using to enhance performance for many decades! 

Results are what the end-driven sporting fraternity want. Let's not waste time explaining how the Alexander technique works... a topic that bogs even the best versed teachers down in words that are misinterpreted by the receiver.

"Let me show you" is the reply that's needed when faced with the invitation "what's Alexander technique got to do with my golf swing?"

The articles in this new issue empower Alexander teachers to reach those who want help but don't know where to look. 

An extract or two will appear here over the coming weeks to prove there is actually an Active issue written and awaiting layout and print. Thanks for waiting. PC




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Reader Comments (2)

The only suggestion I can think of is to improve your search standing with google. Even with search strings like "direction alexander technique" your magazine does'nt come up. The magazine should at least be in the top 10 results on a "alexander technique" search.


May 27, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterStuart

Thanks for your feedback Stuart, when I search direction alexander technique, without quotes... ranks at No. 2 on Google page 1. Putting these words in quotes makes a big difference. Nevertheless... you're right. Direction Journal should really rank for all alexander terms... with quotes and without because we've been online since 1999!

May 29, 2013 | Registered CommenterPaul Cook

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