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Boosting metabolism the indirect way

By Stella | July 12, 2018

We do learn to observe much more closely what is going on within ourselves with the Alexander Technique in terms…

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Self-appreciation via head balance

By Stella | June 17, 2018

I was sharing some work with an excellent teacher very recently, who I know from experience is very positive in…

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Onwards and upwards

By Stella | June 10, 2018

  I had previously written this blog on Friday, but with amendments in respect of my website occurring yesterday, it…

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Solution-orientated thinking

By Stella | May 27, 2018

I’ve not posted here as of late, but there are very important reasons for keeping up with my writing. I…

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Conscious direction versus habitual feeling

By Stella | March 23, 2018

  I am re-reading Michael J Gelb’s book “The Art of Connection” because I knew upon first reading that there…

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Trusting oneself to do what we intend to do

By Stella | March 7, 2018

I attended a 3-day intensive seminar last weekend. Thirty participants and yet I felt very alone when I really did…

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Relying on instinct or choice in thinking

By Stella | February 1, 2018

Whilst reading Michael J Gelb’s “The Art of Connection”, I came across a reference to a clip from Seinfeld which…

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Walter Carrington on postural habits

By Stella | November 16, 2017

“The muscular reactions that pre-empt loss of balance generate feelings of insecurity, anxiety or fear. Thus, bad postural habits can…

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The right thing does itself

By Stella | November 14, 2017

I wrote previously about a change that I wasn’t expecting to happen. I had attempted a variety of things to…

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From known to unknown, new habits replace the old

By Stella | September 27, 2017

When I came to the Alexander Technique it was with a lot of lower back pain and excessive neck tension,…

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