Blog of the Week: The Power of Walking Backwards

Originally posted on August 29, 2013 by Amy Ward Brimmer at wayopenscenter.com/blog. Last week I spent several days touring colleges with my daughter, a rising high school senior. The standard program for these visits  includes a presentation followed by a campus tour, and the student … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: “What for?” Ends vs. Means, or Meaningful Ends

Originally published on Aug 10, 2013 by Victoria Stanham I haven’t written in my blog for a couple of weeks. Suddenly I would find myself posed over the keyboard thinking, “What for?”, and would then close my laptop and move … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Even More So

Originally published on July 30, 2013 by Karen Evans at ashbyalexandertechnique.wordpress.com How do you measure progress as a student of the Alexander Technique?   In a previous post I mentioned the moving dot.  But it’s long overdue time for another sort … Continue reading