Alexander technique teacher Korina joins the show to discuss how our embodiment is impacted by space, landscape and nature, and how this can lead to a different relationship with the environment. She also chats death, pets, bodywork, changing oneself while giving bodywork,  participating in someone’s else body and gentle encouragement, the evidence base for AT, why it’s not that popular, somatic movement, many aspects for touch, RADA, and the body in acting. A spacious elegant gentle interview. 

https://alexandertechnique.co.uk/alexander-technique/research

http://www.korinabiggs.co.uk

http://www.thespaciousself.co.uk


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