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McCaffry, Annie. Journey to Myself: The Healing Relationships and the Transformation of Family Patterns. Shaftesbury, UK: Element, 1992. An autobiography of the author’s life, Annie McCaffry emphasizes conscious learning of unity of mind and body in overcoming personal, emotional, and physical tragedies and problems. McCaffry’s focus is more rooted in the Feldenkrais Method, which dominates her discussion of the therapeutic paths she has explored in overcoming the difficulties from her own family and relationship background, but briefly discusses her meeting Ilana Rubenfeld and learning the Alexander Technique and its benefits.
Articles and lectures. Ed. Jean M. O. Fischer. London: Mouritz. Dart, Raymond A. 1996. Skill and poise. Ed. Alexander Murray. London: STAT Books. Dewey, John. 1939. The quest for certainty. New York: G. P. Putnam. Evans, J. A. 2001. Frederick Matthias Alexander: A family history. Chichester, UK: Phillimore & Co. Garlick, David. 1990. The lost sixth sense: A medical scientist looks at the Alexander Technique. Kensington, Australia: Author, University of NSW. Gelb, Michael. 1981. Body learning: An introduction to the Alexander Technique.
The Primary Control. St. Alexandre, France: Learning Methods, 2000. ———. The Rounder We Go, the Samer We Get. St. Alexandre, France: Learning Methods, 2000. ———. Thinking about Thinking about Ourselves. London: Learning Methods, 2000. Gray, John. Your Guide to the Alexander Technique. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1990. John Gray, a student and associate of Wilfred and Marjory Barlow, describes the employment of the Alexander Technique, in three sections: (1) Early Lessons, (2) Intermediate Lessons, and (3) Later Lessons.