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 www.acatnyc.org/main/blog. [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

Blog of the Week: Alexander Technique Inhibition

Originally posted by May 28, 2014 by Mark Josefsberg at www.markjosefsberg.com. The Alexander Technique and habits of thought. You may find yourself playing out some crazy future scenario that may or may not happen. You may find yourself criticizing yourself in … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: The Wonder of Movin’ on up

Originally posted by Mastaneh Nazarian on February 12, 2014 at rediscoverease.blogspot.com. If you sense pain at the base of your neck while you’re working on the computer, consider yourself lucky! Your inclusive awareness or your ability to ‘listen’ to other sensations outside of … 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: 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

Blog of the Week: Becoming Strong with the Alexander Technique

Originally posted by Jennifer Roig-Francolí on September 22, 2013 at balanceandharmonyat.blogspot.com. Learning how to be strong….from the inside out. I used to think I didn’t “have” muscles.  I thought I was weak.  Do you know what those thoughts can do to a person? … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Unhelpful, habitual thought-patterns can be stopped with Alexander Technique

Originally posted by Jennifer Roig-Francolí at balanceandharmonyat.blogspot.com. I just finished teaching an Alexander lesson to a student who is learning about some of her habitual ways of thinking which interfere with the sense of freedom that she would like to have in her … Continue reading

Blog of the Week: Alexander Technique 13 Steps for Self-Help

Originally posted by Jennifer Roig-Francoli on May 1, 2013 at balanceandharmonyat.blogspot.com Some reminders for myself and other Alexander Technique students: 1. I ask, “Where am I?” and realize that this is a simple question, referring to here in space, right … Continue reading