Blog of the Week: A Simple Tool for Centering Yourself: My “Spatial Litany”

Originally posted on October 21, 2015 by Jennifer Roig-Francolí at In my last post, I wrote about simplifying life by becoming aware of our Being, and living from there with Non-Doing. We can remind ourselves to come back to Being – … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Two Things You Should Be Clear About Each Moment You Begin To Play

Originally published October 11, 2015 by Bill Plake One of the things I emphasize when I’m coaching a musician is the importance of regularly redirecting  thought whenever practicing or performing. It is this “redirecting” process that is an essential element … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: The Alexander Technique: Creating Opportunities for Change

Originally posted on October 1, 2015  by Heidi Leathwood “Human activity is primarily a process of reacting unceasingly to stimuli received from within or without the self.” —Frederick Matthias Alexander, The Use of the Self More than 120 years ago, … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: My Five Keys to Managing Overwhelm

Originally posted by Imogen Ragone on September 15, 2015 at Body Intelligence Blog Well, the results of my survey are coming in, and one of the key things that’s showing up so far is how many women in business get overwhelmed … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Mind and Body go to Couple’s Therapy

Originally posted by Robert Rickover on September 8, 2015 at One day Mind and Body were having a chat about the challenges of their relationship.  Body was annoyed that Mind had wandered while they were walking down the street, … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: 7 Reasons Why Foam Rolling is Better Than Stretching

Originally posted on September 1, 2015 by Brett Hershey I’m not saying stretching isn’t useful. I enjoy some stretching and find it beneficial. In fact, stretching and foam rolling can be excellent complementary exercises. And what’s more important than either … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Mama Mechanics (For Dads and other caretakers too!)

Originally posted by Eve Bernfeld in Hike it Baby on August 20, 2015 Getting onto the trail with baby is a wonderful thing!  It’s good for everyone to get outside. Walking, or better yet, hiking, with my littles always raises … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Seeing More and Letting Go: Widening My Experience through Alexander Technique

Originally published on July 30, 2015 by Mariel Berger at [Many thanks to my Alexander Technique teacher, Witold Fitz-Simon, and my Alexander Technique Psychologist, Jane Dorlester] I used to believe that intense focus and concentration were the best way of being. … Continue reading