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This Daily Mail article tells the story of an accomplished performance artist, Roxani Eleni Garefalaki, who is hypermobile (has Ehlers-Danlos syndromes), and of her difficulties before she discovered the Alexander Technique.

A quote from the article (‘Hypermobility: When being flexible may not be such a good thing after all’):

Dr Bull recommends the Alexander technique — which teaches improved posture and movement — for musculo-skeletal symptoms.

‘If you consider the body as a machine, such as a car, the physiotherapist is like a mechanic ensuring that all your tissues are moving normally, and the Alexander technique teacher is like a driving instructor, teaching you to move more effectively,’ Dr Bull says.

For Roxani, the Alexander Technique has helped her manage her condition.

Read the article at the Daily Mail online website.