As each New Year’s rolls around I find myself coming back to making resolutions and setting goals.
I’ve gone through phases where I decided to purposely not make a New Year’s Resolution. Simply because that’s what everyone does. And what you’re supposed to do.
Then I realized that I was making a New Year’s Resolution. It was not to make a New Year’s Resolution!
I’m no longer in that phase. I do like the idea of the start of a new year being a nice time to start something new.
But the problem is the starting. No matter what the resolution is. Continue reading “Make It So Easy You Can’t Not Do It”
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”
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.”
Peggy’s a student of mine. She recently wrote about her experiences over the past two years with the Alexander Technique.
She graciously agreed to let me share them with you here on the blog. Continue reading “In Her Own Words – Peggy’s Story”
The story of how I ended up an Alexander teacher is not unusual.
It started with chronic pain. Continue reading “My Story – The Alexander Technique and Chronic Pain”