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”
Sit down and be comfortable.
Try doing this outside or by an open window.
In a moment close your eyes and take a full minute to simply listen.
That’ll be your only task for that minute. Just listen.
Nothing more. Nothing less.
Go ahead, I’ll be here when you get back. Continue reading “Stop and Listen (your body’s telling you something)”
Why are you so good at your bad habits?
(And no, this isn’t the beginning of a joke.) Continue reading “Wanna Change a Habit? You Need to Know This.”
I went to the Minnesota State Fair last summer.
If you live in Minnesota, you know that the Minnesota State Fair is a BIG DEAL for a lot of people. It’s the second largest state fair after Texas.
And in 2018, in its 10-day run in late August and early September, it hosted over 2 million people. That’s a lot of people. And it’s a warm time of year.
That translates to crowds, waiting in lines and being uncomfortably hot.
All things that typically annoy me and I try to avoid.
But last summer I went and enjoyed the State Fair (crowds, lines, heat and all) more than I had any previous time.
Wanna know my secret? Continue reading “How to (sort of) Love Crowds, Lines and Hot Sticky Summer Festivals”