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Live In Response, Not In Reaction
My Alexander Technique students usually want out of their pain as fast as possible. If they have a sore neck or tight shoulders of a gimpy knee, they want a fix pronto. But these pains are only symptoms for what … Continue reading
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What Happens If You Decide To Not Rush?
I’ve rushed around most of my life trying to get a lot of stuff done. This has not been an efficient way to live. I’ve often had to repeat my shoddy work and often felt like a chicken running around … Continue reading
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Why Some People Don’t Change Despite Many Alexander Technique Lessons
In an interview with Direction Journal, veteran Alexander Technique teacher David Gorman says: “You have people coming in for lessons. We have this remarkable ability when we are trained to put our hands on them and to facilitate changes that … Continue reading
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