Alexander technique

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Alexander technique

a technique for developing awareness of one's posture and movement in order to improve it
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According to the Alexander Principle, the area around the head, neck and upper back, through which the most important blood vessels and nerves pass, is where tension of the body shows itself.
So much so that they co-wrote Dance and the Alexander Technique: Exploring the Missing Link, a guide that provides a clear blueprint to integrate Alexander principles into a dance or movement/ somatics class.
With her Juilliard students demonstrating, she shows how technical facility--from basic alignment to complex jumping--can blossom through the use of Alexander principles.