This video is being reworked! Expect new version some time in March of 2021.
Alexander Technique teachers aren’t alone among somatics practitioners in thinking that tensegrity is a good model for the musculoskeletal system. In this 20-minute talk first given to Australian Alexander Technique teachers during their 2018 Science and the Alexander Technique Webinar, Patrick Johnson goes in-depth on tensegrity. He shows that the tensegrity is biomechanically suspect and that articles promoting tensegrity are riddled with faulty reasoning, bad references, and a nearly total lack of experimental data.