Blog of the Week: Freeing Alexander’s Dream from the Cage of his Technique

Originally posted on October 22, 2013 by Robert Rickover at www.BodyLearningBlog.com. In my previous blog, Alexander’s Dream, I wrote that while F. M. Alexander began his career with huge hopes about the future of his work, things were looking bleak at the time of his death in … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Don’t Relax! A new solution for tension

Originally posted by Heather Stegmaier on October 9, 2013 at www.heatherstegmaier.com/blog. Relaxing has become a favorite pastime in our culture. We’re so busy and stressed that we have to schedule time to actively relax (an oxymoron, right?). With all these things we … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: You can Improve Performance by Doing Less

Why it Works, and 4 Tips to Harness its Power Originally posted by Jennifer Mackerras on October 10, 2013 at www.activateyou.com/blog. Have you ever wondered how the truly great artists manage to create their masterpieces? Have you ever listened to Yo-Yo Ma play … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Practicing the Alexander Technique – It’s All About Thinking!

Original posted on October 2, 2013 by Imogen Ragone I teach the Alexander Technique, which can be described as a set of skills that you learn to enable you to release tension and organize your body in a way that … Continue reading