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The simplicity of Alexander Technique

The greater part of genius is asking the right questions. Albert Einstein asked as a youth: What if I could ride a beam of light, and his answer reordered the universe. Asking the right questions is the genius of Alexander Technique. To accrued tension it asks, what...

The Swivel ain’t drivel

The pelvis rotates when we walk, that’s the ideal. One side swings forward with an advancing step, makes the step longer and more fluent, while the other is back only in relation to the advancing side. It does not MOVE back. Runners are taught this skill to...

The Blessing of Alexander Technique

Whether we sit, stand, work, or play, we all tend to pull our limbs in toward our torsos. Release them for a moment and in the next you find yourself pulling them in. There’s no rhyme or reason to it, yet we do it all the time. Every movement we make, every keystroke,...

Going Up While Getting Down

Headline: White Man Gets Down. Oh, we white guys really can get down, get jiggy with it, snap our fingers on the beat, bite our bottom lips, move to the music, contract ourselves into a little ball, and pull our heads down toward our belly button. It’s cool AND...