The Alexander Technique Manual: Take Control of Your Posture and Your Life

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Connections, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
The Alexander Technique Manual explains how to reduce stress levels and thus achieve a happier and more fulfilling lifestyle, and reveals how Alexander made his unique discoveries. Simple step-by-step instructions, aided by specially commissioned colour photographs, will enhance your understanding of the underlying principles of the technique. You will learn new ways of sitting, standing and moving that will put less stress on your muscles, bones and joints, and release tension throughout your body. Special sections are included, covering a wide range of sports, as well as pregnancy and childbirth, making this book a must for anyone wishing to improve, and ease, their lifestyle.

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Richard Brennan is a fully qualified teacher of the Alexander Technique and runs a busy practice in Galway, Ireland. He also holds courses and gives talks throughout Europe and has been a pioneer in bringing the Technique to a worldwide audience. He lives in Galway, Ireland.

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