Monthly Archives: January 2014

Buffaloes in the Alexander Technique

If you watch any nature program that involves buffaloes (or bison, musk ox etc), sooner or later they will show footage of the mating season, in which two very determined animals run towards each other at great speed and DONOT

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Getting Out Of It

Now that you have got over your sofa guilt (see my last post), and are happily sitting in your favourite couch, you may have run into the second problem good Alexander students have with sofas. How to get out of

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Sofa Guilt

There is one item of furniture that causes fear and consternation within the Alexander world. Students struggle with it. Teachers are troubled by it. This is it: Look at those soft cushions, the deep seat, the squashy backrest, the enticing

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