Blog of the Week: A Technique for Learning “To Do”

Originally posted by Victoria Stanham on May 24, 2013 at vstanhamtecnicaalexander.blogspot.com Among the most tangible and long lasting benefits that the Alexander Technique has afforded me there is the “learning to do”. To do what? Well, “to do” simply, anything. … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: The Alexander Technique and the Starbucks Slump

Originally posted by Mark Josefsberg on May 21, 2013 at markjosefsberg.com. Got my own small table by a window. I saw the usual array of cell phones, tablets, laptops, and slumping people. People collapse towards devices as if they’re bowing … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Posture Check-List for Using Your Devices

Originally posted by Lindsay Newitter on May 13, 2013 at posturepolice.blogspot.com New and varied technology is being developed so quickly, that these rectangle screens on which we view content, make content, send emails and messages, and place phone calls are … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Taking Mr. Alexander for a Drive

Originally posted by by Robert Rickover on May 9, 2013 at www.BodyLearningBlog.com. The late Alexander Technique teacher Marjorie Barstow had a special interest in the way automobile drivers carried their heads on top of their spines.  She would frequently suggest … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Alexander Technique 13 Steps for Self-Help

Originally posted by Jennifer Roig-Francoli on May 1, 2013 at balanceandharmonyat.blogspot.com Some reminders for myself and other Alexander Technique students: 1. I ask, “Where am I?” and realize that this is a simple question, referring to here in space, right … Continue reading