Put on your shoes

Mindfulness

I am on the train journey returning from a golden week-long holiday in Granada. We both wanted a low-key celebration for our 50th wedding anniversary. The weather and the setting truly came up for the occasion. It has been a week bathed in the golden weather of paradise: air so ...

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Anger 2 Plumbing the depths

Mindfulness

It is a dilemma: her plumber, a man who has previously been so reliable, a shy and retiring soul but who recently has become uncharacteristically unreliable. He has repeatedly failed to finish-off jobs for her properly. On more than one occasion he has badly let his client down by not ...

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Alexander Lessons: Teaching Tales

Alexander Technique

INTRODUCTION My work is a form of poetic science.   Although at this time such work is peripheral, invisible and largely unrecognised, it is the shape of the future.   In my teaching, a good lesson is like a poem, shaping new and different ways that an individual may see themselves, often ...

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Anger blog

Mindfulness

      “Okay. You are just about to have a melt-down and here we are blocking the aisle of the plane.” We aptly refer to a certain stage in infant development as “the Terrible Twos”! There is a logjam of passengers waiting to return to their seats on the plane ...

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Barefoot Running and Proprioceptive Prowess

Barefoot Running

Join the growing number who are trying this and kick your shoes off for the first time. The chances are you will be filled with some trepidations.  Your foot feels so vulnerable. Let's say that  you overcome these fears enough to chance taking that first step. For sure you take  ...

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