10. Comfort, making you strong.
9. Place, giving you a sense of the space you occupy.
8. Elasticity, an ability to widen and undo contraction.
7. Perspective, seeing yourself in relation to your environment.
6. Inspiration, each breath empowered by an idea.
5. Relativity, the knowledge that all that the senses report are comparative.
4. Opposition, the ability to give and receive support.
3. Engagement, the desire to reinvent the self in every moment.
2. Introspection, the ability to examine our motives.
1. Direction, the ability to tune the instrument of our selves.
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 […]