I consider myself pretty coordinated. I’ve been ballroom dancing for over 20 years and tap dancing for a little less than that. I enjoy the challenge of new physical activities.
But then I met a step aerobics class. Continue reading “How I Survived My First Step Aerobics Class (and what you can learn from it)”
This is the time of year for New Year’s Resolutions. You know, the age-old tradition of making promises to yourself to do something new, only to break it the very next day.
If you’re in the mood this year to make a New Year’s Resolution and keep it, why not try a different approach? Especially if making a Resolution seems like it’s going to add one more thing to your already too long to do list—and with it the stress of wondering when you’re going to get it done along with everything else. Continue reading “Your New Year’s Resolution”
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?”
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”
I have a wonderful student who just turned 80. One of the things he struggles with is feeling rushed all the time.
In chatting further with him last week, he brought up the fact that as he is getting older things just take longer. For example, getting dressed in the morning. He remembers when he used to be able to whip on his shirt, pants and socks in no time.
Now just due to the simple fact that his body is changing, it takes longer.
But the problem is that he is still trying to do it as fast as when he was 40. Continue reading “Stop Fighting Change – Rushing and Stress”