Monthly Archives: September 2012

Watch and Learn

Next week I start my first ever group class(*).  It’s a good incentive to talk about the difference between teaching a group and teaching one-to-one. By the way, if you’ve never done a group lesson, it works just like a

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A Category for the Alexander Technique

I’ve been thinking about categories.  As the brilliant Seth Godin(*) put it earlier this week, “the mental cost of inventing a new category for every new thing I see is too high”.   In other words, people are going to put

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Great Big Clues

Imagine you are playing badminton – or any sport or exercise class of your choice – and you discover your right shoe looks like this: What is your response? Ok, it probably involves some swearing and cussing, and choosing a

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Book Review

This time, I’ve gone for something a bit different – a book review. However, if you’re missing your regular fix of ideas, this week two of the very best Alexander bloggers have both been considering the words you use: Jen

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