My talks/presentations are about FM Alexander’s scientific observations.
He discovered that we all unintentionally create, from a very early age onwards, harmful repetitive habitual patterns in both thinking and movement and how these patterns affect the way we feel, move, or react to daily stimulus in life. He was one of the first persons to truly understand the relationship between body and mind.
After many years of studying human behaviour and due to his own desire to free himself from unhelpful habitual patterns, he discovered the means whereby we can learn to consciously inhibit unconscious behaviour, providing us with the necessary knowledge and tools to change and to explore a freedom of ‘USE’, we all tend to lose during our development from childhood into adulthood.
I believe my talks are informative, visual and entertaining. They can last from one to two hours and the first part of my talk covers subjects such as:
The second part is practical, exploring how we move to our best mechanical advantage, basic anatomy we should all be aware of and experimenting with how to consciously inhibit unconscious behaviour.Views: 107 | Enquiries: 0
I discovered my passion for giving public talks when I trained to become an Alexander Technique Teacher. I now give regular talks in the UK and abroad about FM Alexander's scientific discoveries, as I've found true happiness freeing myself of unnecessary harmful habits, which affected the way I moved and felt.
In my many years of teaching it has become apparent that neither our current education nor medical system recognise the relationship between body and mind and how our physical health can impact on our mental state. I therefore feel very passionate to pass on this sadly often overlooked knowledge and legacy to outline a better way forward for human development/evolution.
My talks are suitable for:
I like to think that my talks are not just informative, but also entertaining and visual.
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