Blog of the Week: Creating Space Between You and Your Device

Originally posted on June 23, 2015 by Imogen Ragone at imogenragone.com/blog. I admit it. I love my devices – my iPhone, my iPad, and my computer! And I like to think my habits around using them are pretty good. I’m … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Gokhale Method vs. Alexander Technique

Originally posted by Ariel Carson on June 15, 2015 at www.redefiningposture.com/alexander-technique-blog. Since its publication, this story, entitled “Lost Posture: Why Some Indigenous Cultures May Not Have Back Pain”, was sent to me so many times by members of my community, a … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: My Fear of Being a Soloist, Fear of Playing from Memory

Orignially posted by Jennifer Roig-Francoli on June 1, 2015 at artoffreedom.me I mentioned in my last post that Life keeps giving us new challenges to grow from.  My current challenge has to do with performing and memorization. I haven’t done … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Alexander Technique, Stress, Posture, and Change

Originally posted by Mark Josefsberg on May 26, 2015 at markjosefsberg.com. Human beings have the (unfortunate) ability to experience stress, with all its physical manifestations, even before a stressful event has taken place. And, just by thinking, we can re-experience the … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: The Grip

Originally posted by Patrick Smith on May 11, 2015 at ajourneymanswayhome.blogspot.com. Working with David Jernigan in an Alexander Technique session years ago, he first mentioned The Grip which is a characteristic of my right hand.  I have noticed The Grip manifest … Continue reading

Blog of the Week – Alexander Technique Exercise: Semi-supine

Originally published May 4, 2015 by Adrian Farrell Whilst researching keywords to help my website rank well in search engines, I discovered that one of the most searched for phrases is “Alexander Technique exercises”.  This must be very frustrating for … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Good Posture Means Connecting, Not Correcting

Originally posted by Dan Cayer on April 23, 2015 at dancayerfluidmovement.com/blog. I’m not against correcting our posture or body on principle. I wish all it took to rid ourselves of chronic pain and tension was figuring the right angle or position, … Continue reading