1. For a modern take on the Alexander Technique, try: How You Stand, How You Move, How You Live: Learning the Alexander Technique to Explore Your Mind-Body Connection and Achieve Self-Mastery Paperback. Vineyard speculates on the neuroscience behind the Alexander Technique and includes a series of case studies and short vignettes about her own experiences learning the technique.
2. You could go back to the source and read: The Use of the Self With editing help from John Dewey, this is widely regarded as F.M. Alexander’s most readable book.
Outside the Alexander Technique cannon, you might like:
Somatics: Reawakening The Mind’s Control Of Movement, Flexibility, And Health. Hanna outlines the research linking stress and poor posture and describes how somatic awareness can restore vitality and agility at any age.
Peter Levine’s Waking the Tiger is the classic on trauma in the body.
Robert Sapolsky’s Why Zebra’s Don’t Get Ulcers is the most entertaining and best-researched book on Stress and Health.
Athough I’ve offered Amazon links so that you can read about the books, many of these books will be available through your library, and any of them through Link+
More book recommendations elsewhere on my blog: