Alexander Technique teacher Constance joins Mark to discuss dressage (horses and stuff), what is the AT, who does it, poise, how has the technique changed since it was founded, its many applications, performance, reducing pain, benefits of 1-1 work, the economics of somatic education, mobile phone uses, the yes embodied anatomy and imagery, and she gives several mini-lessons we can all make use of. This one goes from the Victorian era to the modern day gracefully. 

https://www.constanceclare.com

 

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