Neuromechanical interference of posture on movement: evidence from Alexander technique teachers rising from a chair Timothy W. Cacciatore , Omar S. Mian , Amy Peters , Brian L. Day Journal of NeurophysiologyPublished 1 August 2014Vol. 112no. 719-729DOI: 10.1152/jn.00617.2013 The study compared...[Continue reading: Effect of Alexander Technique on Ability to Move from Sitting to Standing]
(Click picture to enlarge) Here is another NPR story on Alexander Technique. This time it’s about breathing. An opera singer was listening to what her voice teachers had told her, but she felt tied up, and unable to let go. Alexander Technique enabled her to relax and improve her breath capacity and voice production. Alexandra...[Continue reading: Better Breathing through Alexander Technique]
(Click picture to enlarge) Alexander Technique was featured recently on NPR Morning Edition. Read and listent to “Alexander Technique: A Balm for the Back?” by Sarah Varney Includes video. If you are more curious to learn more about Alexander Technique after listening to the NPR story, contact me for a...[Continue reading: Alexander Technique featured on NPR]
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