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: Seven Eleven Breathing to Calm Anxiety

Originally posted by Nick Chapman on June 18, 2014 at alexandertechnique.tv/blog. Seven Eleven Breathing is a nice little breathing exercise I learnt from Pat Williams who is a Human Givens therapist. We all get stressed sometimes, but it is the accumulation of … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Alexander Technique vs. Massage

Originally posted by Ariel Carson on May 12, 2014 at www.redefiningposture.com/alexander-technique-blog. Sounds of the rainforest permeate the lavender scented room. Lying between soft clean sheets, a warm heavy pillow rests on your abdomen. You close your eyes and breathe deeply while … Continue reading

Expect the Unexpected

Originally posted by Karen Evans on November 28, 2013 at ashbyalexandertechnique.wordpress.com/blog. If you’ve ever had lessons, you will know what the Alexander Technique does for you.  Even if you’ve just read up on it, there are certain things that people talk … Continue reading