Monthly Archives: July 2013

Even More So

How do you measure progress as a student of the Alexander Technique?   In a previous post I mentioned the moving dot.  But it’s long overdue time for another sort of measurement. So let me unroll a scenario:- A new student

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Adapting Alexander

I have a confession to make.  Just recently I’ve taken on a smidgen too much.  One result is no blogs, no tweets, no Facebook comments, no knitting – you may have noticed (apart from the knitting).  Words like ‘swamped’ and

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