Take the “Lie Down and Do Nothing” break:
- Lie down on a carpet or mat in semi-supine.
- For a ‘pillow’ use a small stack of books or a folded towel under your head.
- Your knees should be bent and your feet flat on the floor in a wide stance.
- Let your hands rest on your torso with your elbows resting on the carpet.
- Don’t let your mind wander too far or too long, keep coming to the present and open your senses to all that you feel.
- Allow yourself to be completely supported by the surface.
- Notice any place that feels held up off of that support and release with your breath and surrender to the force of gravity.
The Alexander Technique of Syracuse offers private lessons and small group classes in the Alexander Technique. The hallmark of the technique is the relief of excess tension in sitting, standing, walking, bending, breathing, speaking and really (really!) just about any human activity. You learn to relieve and prevent pain. You reduce muscular tension and find […]