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 – 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: Allowing Time to Make Space for Change

Originally posted by Victoria Stanham on March 19, 2015 at vstanhamalexandertechnique.blogspot.com. Beginnings are tough for me. I’m all about order, but beginnings tend to be for me all about chaos. Most of the chaos stems from the fact that I haven’t … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: My Top Eleven Best Practices to Improve Your Alexander Technique Skills

Originally Posted on September 30, 2014 by Imogen Ragone at www.imogenragone.com/blog In this blog I share my top eleven (yes eleven, not ten!) best practices for learning the Alexander Technique. The list comprises all the things I do myself to sustain and move … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Hit the Deck

Originally posted on November 20, 2013 by Eve Bernfeld at www.evebernfeld.com/blog.html. I guess people perceive me as the Posture Police, because they are often saying things to me like: “At the end of the day/at the end of a long trip/when … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: In a Tight Place

Originally posted by Sandra Bain Cushman on October 28, 2013 at kickassmindfulness.com. An elder friend tells me, too late: “Oh no! I never move furniture with my husband. I wait until he goes out of town and then I call someone to do it. But here … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Spotlight on Louise Edinton – Alexander Technique Student

Originally posted on July 24, 2013 by Imogen Ragone at www.imogenragone.com/blog This is going to be my last post, for now, in my series of blog interviews with students of the Alexander Technique. This week I had the pleasure of … Continue reading