In the Alexander Technique, you’ll learn to focus on things that give you the most bang for your buck. A few interventions that can have a wide-ranging effect. Instead of focusing on micromanaging your body. Which, besides being inefficient is well, impossible. Continue reading “Handy Tips for Hands”
Wondering what’s the best position to be in as you sit at your desk to work? (or if you’re working from home—at your kitchen table, living room couch, or bedroom?) Wondering if standing is better than sitting? These are some of the most frequently asked questions in my studio. My answer remains the same. And it’s very simple. Continue reading “Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Do”
Why is it that even though you know that one thing that’ll make you feel better, you’ll put up with a certain amount of physical discomfort before you’re willing to do it? Even if it’s just a little thing that only takes a minute of your time?
Gas price fluctuations might give you some insight. Continue reading “What’s Your Critical Price?”
This morning I was chatting with a man in my Pilates class who works from home. He was trying to figure out what would be the best chair for him to sit on. He described the various furniture he has at home including a standing desk and some type of wobbly chair.
“What’s the best chair or best position to work in?” is not an uncommon question in my studio. Continue reading “Change Starts with Knowing Where You Are”
How you do anything is how you do everything is a quote you may have run into in a self-help article somewhere. I’ve heard it attributed to Zen Buddhism. But the origin seems unclear.
Leadership Coach, Carolina Caro, wrote a nice post on Forbes exploring the meaning of this very quote. Basically, it boils down to looking at your habits. Continue reading “How You Do Anything Is How You Do Everything”