• Change

    What we offer in our work is simply one of the paths that we can take to inquire more deeply, to look beyond the surface of our lives.  There is an excitement to realise the infinite possibilities of change.  We like to think that our structures are fixed, that there are universal truths.  We like

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  • Mindfulness and the Alexander Technique

      The following is a definition of Mindfulness:   “Mindfulness is a way of paying attention to, and seeing clearly whatever is happening in our lives.  It will not eliminate life’s pressures, but it can help us respond to them in a calmer manner that benefits our heart, head, and body. It helps us recognise

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  • Only Connect

    “Only connect! That was the whole of her sermon.” “She might be able to help him to the building of the rainbow bridge that should connect the prose in us with the passion.  Without it we are meaningless fragments, half monks, half beast, unconnected arches that have never been joined into a man.”  EM Forster

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  • Why We Learn The Alexander Technique

      I can do no better than to quote Patrick Macdonald:   “The motives that lead people to learn the Alexander Technique are varied and often mixed.  The most common is a feeling of insufficiency or ill-health, which no other technique can alleviate.  Many come, quite simply, quite understandably and quite wrongly for a “cure”. 

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