2010-04-06

Am I strong enough? Whoo!

Yesterday at my weekly voice lesson, I made the kind of misjudgment I hear all the time from my students and from health professionals. My teacher, […]
2010-04-02

How to bowl a perfect game. . .or sing a perfect tone

Have you ever released a bowling ball down the lane towards the pins and “coached” it as it rolled, begging it to go a little farther […]
2010-03-29

The amazing new Ease-o-Matic Indicator!!!

In Alexander lessons, one of the functions I perform for my students is to help them monitor their state of ease as they do various activities. […]
2010-03-28

The focus in learning

Lately in my lessons, both as teacher and as student, I’ve been thinking about the relationship in learning between 1) fostering the particular skills under development […]
2010-03-25

Beyond Posture: The Alexander Technique for Singers (Part 4 of 4)

(If you haven’t read my intro to this article in my March 21 post, please check it out before reading this.) Comfort with feeling wrong Another unfamiliar experience […]
2010-03-24

Beyond Posture: The Alexander Technique for Singers (Part 3 of 4)

(If you haven’t read my intro to this article in my March 21 post, please check it out before reading this.) The ability to allow coordination to emerge […]
2010-03-23

Beyond Posture: The Alexander Technique for Singers (Part 2 of 4)

(If you haven’t read my intro to this article in my March 21 post, please check it out before reading this.) Refinement of the kinesthetic sense The muscular […]
2010-03-22

Beyond Posture: The Alexander Technique for Singers (Part 1 of 4)

(If you haven’t read my intro to this article in my March 21 post, please check it out before reading this.)   You know what?  I […]
2010-03-21

Aborting my secret mission

An enormous and almost universal misconception about the Alexander Technique has most of us AT teachers performing a “secret mission” as we go about our teaching. […]
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