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Apr

05

Carrying Boxes

When I first began to explore somatic awareness, it was through lessons in the Alexander Technique. Despite the excellent lessons of my extraordinary teachers, I often managed to make the technique a judgment of myself. I imagined that when someone with Alexander training looked at me, they were judging me – seeing how “bad” my […]

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Apr

09

The Feldenkrais Introvert

In high school, I took the Meyers-Briggs test and landed exactly in the middle on the introversion/extroversion scale. I was an XNFP. When I took it again later in life, I landed firmly on the Introvert side – not even close. This was due, I think, to just knowing myself and my needs better than […]

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Mar

16

Feldenkrais could really help with this Feldenkrais stuff.

I was working with a client who had pretty limited movement. Her movement had been increasing through our work together but we could still only work in one position in a small range of motion. I thought, “What would help with this? How could we make some progress here?” And I thought, “You know, Feldenkrais, […]

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