Learn Alexander Technique
It’s a myth that the Alexander Technique is about standing (or sitting) up straight. What we are aiming for is ‘doing what we do well, efficiently, effectively, fluidly, comfortably, and pleasurably’.
It’s a myth that the Alexander Technique is about posture, so why do I use the term in my marketing materials and discussions? This blog explains.
The Alexander Technique is well known for improving posture as well as for relieving back and neck pain. What is not so well known is the wide-ranging practical help it offers. This blog focusses on how it can help combat loss of independence and loneliness.
If Christmas is stressing you out try these Three Magic Questions, inspired by the Alexander Technique, to help you leave the worry behind and enjoy the celebrations
It is hard to explain what happens in Alexander Technique lessons. For anyone who has not yet had lessons with me, I hope that reading this blog offers you some insight.
This blog describes an Alexander technique based skill that research has found to be useful for people with Parkinson’s Disease