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Body Learning: The Alexander Technique: Episodes

Cecile Raynor, an Alexander Technique teacher in Boston, Massachusetts, talks with Robert Rickover about the ways in which the Technique can help your yoga practice and reduce the chance of injury. Cecile's blog: <a href="http://offthematyogablog.com/">OffTheMatYogaBlog.com</a> Robert teaches in Lincoln, ...
Leah Zhang, an Alexander Technique teacher in Los Angeles talks with Robert Rickover about the connections between these two fields, and about her work as an Ergonomics Specialist at UCLA. Leah's website: <a href="http://leahteachesalexander.com/">leahteachesalexander.com</a> Robert teaches in Lincoln, ...
Robin Simmons, an Alexander Technique teacher in Zurich and Brig, Switzerland talkswith Robert Rickover about the parallels and differences between the two systems. Robin's websote: <a href="http://www.alexander-technik-schweiz.com">alexander-technik-schweiz.com</a> Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska ...
Magdelena Portman, an Alexander Technique teacher in Lewes, East Susses, England provides a thirty-second audio response to the <a href="http://www.bodylearningblog.com/alexander-technique-speed-dating/">Alexander Technique Speed Dating Challenge</a>. You can see her other responses at 30-Second Alexander ...
The Alexander Technique is often seen as a way of letting go of harmful habits. In his Keynote Address at the 2014 annual meeting of the American Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, John Nicholls proposes a view of the Technique as a forward-looking, life-long process of developing our potential. ...
Catlin Freeman, an Alexander Technique teacher in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, talks with Robert Rickover about ways in which Alexander Technique lessons can be useful for people on the autism spectrum. Caitlin is the author of <em><a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN=1497587360/alexandertechniqA/">Autism ...
Robert Rickover talks with Amy Ward Brimmer, an Alexander Technique teacher in the Philadelphia area, about a remarkable quote on this topic by John Dewey, the American educational reformer, philosopher, and longtime student of F. Matthias Alexander. Amy's website<a href="http://wayopenscenter.com/">: ...
(This interview is primarily for Alexander Technique teachers and students.) Caitlin Freeman, an Alexander Technique teacher in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, talks with Robert Rickover about ways in which Alexander Technique teachrs can best work with students on the autism spectrum, as well as some suggestions ...
Ellen Stafford, an Alexander Technique teacher in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania talks with Robert Rickover about developmental movement, the work of Raymond Dart, and the history of the Dart Procedures, and the connections between them and Alexander Technique. Ellen's website: <a href="http://pghforwardandup.com/">pghforwardandup.com</a> ...
Constance Clare-Newman, an Alexander Technique teacher in Oakland, CA and Provincetown, MA, provides a guided talk-through which you can listen to as you lie down in Constructive Rest. Constance's website: <a href="http://www.constanceclare.com/">constanceclare.com</a> More information about Constructive ...
Nancy Romita, an Alexander Technique teacher in Baltimore, Maryland, talks with Robert Rickover about Functional Awareness, a somatic model she has developed, which incorporates principles of the Alexander Technique and experiential anatomy. Nancy's website: <a href="http://ATMidAtlantic.com">ATMidAtlantic.com</a> ...
Judith Muir, an Alexander Technique teacher in Dutchess County, New York, describes the Alexander Technique in an interview for the Are You in Pain Project, sponsored by Topricin. Judith's website: <a href="http://judithmuir.com/">judithmuir.com</a> Are You in Pain Project's website: <a href="http://areyouinpain.org/">AreYouInPain.org</a> ...
Mastaneh Nazarian, an Alexander Technique teacher in Melbourne, Australia talks with Robert Rickover about five principles of &quot;In-Tune Parenting&quot; she developed and uses, based on the principles of the Alexander Technique. Mastaneh's website: <a href="http://www.rediscoverease.com/">rediscoverease.com</a> ...
Evangeline Benedetti, a cellist
and teacher of the Alexander Technique in New York City, talks with Robert Rickover about how she discovered the Technique and how it has influenced her playing. Evangeline's website: <a href="http://www.evangelinebenedetti.com/">evangelinebenedetti.com</a> Robert teaches ...
Mary Derbyshire, and Alexander Technique teacher in Little Compton, Rhode Island, talks with Robert Rickover <span class="style6"> about the usefullness of the Alexander Technique for seniors.</span> Mary's website: <a href="http://maryderbyshire.com/">maryderbyshire.com</a> Robert teaches in Lincoln, ...
Imogen Ragone, an Alexander Technique teacher in Wilmington, Delaware talks with Robert Rickover about her experience, and those of her students in using <a href="http://upwithgravity.net/">Up With Gravity<font size="1"><sup>SM </sup></font></a>for walking. Imogen's website: <a href="http://ImogenRagone.com/">ImogenRagone.com</a> ...
(This podcast is primarily for Alexander Technique teachers and students) Alexander Technique teacher Mary Derbyshire talks with Robert Rickover <span class="style6"> about how she works with seniors</span>. Mary lives in Little Compton - not far from Providence, Rhode Island. Website: <a href="http://maryderbyshire.com/">maryderbyshire.com</a> ...
Mastaneh Nazarian, an Alexander Technique teacher in Melbourne, Australia talks with Robert Rickover about the role the Alexander Technique in helping with childbirth and parenting. Mastaneh's website: <a href="http://www.rediscoverease.com/">rediscoverease.com</a> Robert's website: <a href="http://alexandertechniquenebraska.com/">alexandertechniquenebraska.com</a> ...
(This podcast is primarily for Alexander Technique teachers and students)
Mark Josefsberg, an Alexander Technique teacher in New York City, talks with Robert Rickover about one reason Alexander teachers are not always as popular as we might be. Mark's website: <a href="http://markjosefsberg.com/">markjosefsberg.com</a> ...
(This podcast is primarily for Alexander Technique teachers and students) Mark Josefsberg, an Alexander Technique teacher in New York City, talks with Robert Rickover about some important considerations Alexander teachers should consider before embarding on a marketing plan. Mark's website: <a href="http://markjosefsberg.com/">markjosefsberg.com</a> ...
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