The phone rang the other morning. It was my first student of the day. And she was in a state.
She had been driving along with traffic flowing at a reasonable speed for rush hour when, just as she was about to go through the Lowry Tunnel that skirts downtown Minneapolis, there was a multi-car crash in front of her.
One of the cars was on fire. Continue reading “Accident in the Tunnel – a Lesson in What You Have Control Over”
One of the skills that you learn when you study the Alexander Technique is the skill of Inhibition.
If Inhibition sounds like a big topic that will be hard to master, don’t worry. It isn’t.
The fact is you already know how to Inhibit. Continue reading “Sometimes You Just Have to Stop Holding Your Breath”
I listened to an interview with Ariana Huffington recently where she shared what I consider to be a wonderful piece of insight. Continue reading “What If You Focused On What Not To Do?”
When I was younger my mom and I would make a weekly trek to the local library.
I remember every visit walking by the sign advertising the Large Print Books section. I never understood why the sign didn’t just say Old People’s Books. After all, in my mind that’s who the large print was for.
Well, turns out that large print has come in quite handy in helping me to mind my Posture and my Use, and I am nowhere near being Old yet…at least not by my definition. Continue reading “Large Print is Not Just for Seniors Anymore”
If you have nagging neck, shoulder or upper back pain one place to start making changes is with the stuff you lug around daily.
And what you lug that stuff around in.
Yes ladies, I am talking about your bag. Continue reading “Is Your Bag a Pain in the Neck?”