Monthly Archives: April 2012

This is a blog.

I don’t write that as an excuse, but as an explanation: I don’t see this as a formal series of essays about the Alexander Technique (AT). The idea is to provide lively, practical information to those taking, or considering taking, … Continue reading

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Alexander Technique: the trick to banishing bad habits

7 Feb 12 @ 05:41pm by ALEX WARD PENELOPE Carr helps fix bad habits. From her Rozelle clinic she assists sports people, musicians, office workers and nurses reprogram their body using the Alexander Technique. “It’s a re-education process that teaches … Continue reading

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iPad hand: the new RSIs – Our obsession with smartphones and tablets is becoming a real pain

Jasmine Gardner 07 March 2012 New technology is supposed to make improvements to our lives. With our tablets and smartphones we can now work on the move, find information instantly and be in constant contact. But if your devotion to … Continue reading

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Consultant advocates doctors be trained in Alexander Technique

LORNA SIGGINS A RETIRED west of Ireland consultant has advocated far greater awareness of the Alexander Technique in medical training and practice. Ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeon Kieran Tobin said he found the relief gained from the technique to … Continue reading

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