I took piano lessons for 8 years growing up.
One afternoon a week my mom drove the 10 minutes over to my teacher’s house. In her living room that was too small for both the baby grand and the harpsichord and the living room furniture, I’d have my lesson.
I won’t lie. I never really enjoyed playing the piano. And I don’t enjoy it now. Once in a while, I’ll touch a piano. But it’s just not my thing.
The lessons though did give me an experience of what muscle memory is all about. Continue reading “What Does Trying Hard Feel Like?”
If you want to work on your Posture you need to find ways to pay attention to yourself that are simple and easy.
As simple and easy as it is to remember that peanut butter goes with jelly.
Let me explain… Continue reading “Posture is all about this (not that)”
Self-checkout has been a thing in stores for quite a while. And I’ve always avoided it.
Until this past year. Continue reading “Why My Body Loves Self-Checkout”
Fighting constant neck strain?
I invite you to sit down, get comfortable and close your eyes.
Take a full minute to listen to the sounds around you. Relax and let the sounds come to your ears.
You’ve no other task than to simply listen.
When you’re done, open your eyes and continue reading. Continue reading “Neck Strain? Bring Your World Closer.”
My first student today commented that she really likes the Alexander Technique because it’s so forgiving.
What she meant was that it’s forgiving of making mistakes. Of doing the wrong thing. Continue reading “Why You Should Learn to Love Your Mistakes”