To honour the advice about social distancing, I am no longer teaching in person.
However, I am currently doing some training to teach online with an Alexander Technique teacher called Mio Morales. He developed a version of the technique that he calls ‘Primal Alexander’ and has been successfully teaching it online for many years.
The focus of this work is on our thinking, in particular:
- The all-important pause that allows us to make new choices
- Building awareness of how we react and move, so we know if we are doing what we intend to do at the time we are doing it (not afterwards as is so often the case)
- Choosing where we put our attention so that finding ease becomes our aim rather than always being drawn to discomfort and pain
The four sessions I have completed so far have both challenged me (I like a challenge) and inspired me. I am really excited about the prospect of teaching this way, and it is great to be able to offer something useful during these challenging times.
In another few weeks, I will be offering some free sessions to give me a chance to both practice teaching this new approach and to get used to the technology needed to teach online. If you would like to try it out, do call or email me.
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