Your posture is too important to ignore. And your posture is too important to take seriously. Really. You heard me right. And I am a posture and movement coach. Let me explain. Continue reading “Don’t Take Your Posture Seriously”
Earlier this year I wrote about taking up running again after 30 years. My primary goal for running over 50 is to enjoy it and not get injured. Every choice I make around running is informed by this overarching goal. In the post, I mentioned five things I’ve chosen to do to keep my running enjoyable and injury-free. Number two was to listen to your body. Continue reading “Learning to Listen is the Easy Part”
The Alexander Technique is at its very essence a study of the Use of your Self. In fact, F.M. Alexander, whose observations underly what is known today as the Alexander Technique, wrote a book titled The Use of the Self. Continue reading “Redefining Posture”
Earlier this month I wrote a short article titled Has Your Routine Become a Rut? for the Body Wisdom publication at Medium.com. The article draws on my personal experience managing a body with chronic pain since the age of 19.
Over the years I’ve found that dealing with chronic pain requires a recipe that includes many different ingredients. Continue reading “Move with the Seasons”
In the summer of 2019 right before I turned 50, I started running again. I hadn’t run for 30 years. It’s a whole different ballgame now. But I’m loving it. Here’s why. Continue reading “Running After 50”