Some people who used the Alexander Technique: John Cleese, Aldous Huxley, Nikki Tinbergen, guitarist Julian Bream, flautist James Galway, educator John Dewey (who had Alexander Technique lessons for 35 years) and New Zealand anthropologist, Derek Freeman. During Australia's bicentennial celebrations in 1988, Alexander was recognised as one of the two hundred great Australians.
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