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Body Learning: The Alexander Technique

Author: Robert Rickover

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A podcast devoted to all aspects of the Alexander Technique, a method of learning how to release harmful tension and perform all your activities with greater ease and freedom.
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Alexander Technique Teacher Imogen Ragone in Conversation with Trauma Awareness Activist Shay Seaborne. In their second conversation, Imogen and Shay talk about the difference between stress and trauma (and the similarities), how the Pandemic is affecting us, and 5 things you can do to help build your resilience right now and even come out of the pandemic better off than where you started. This podcast was originally broadcast as a live video on Facebook at Facebook.com/CalmConfidentControl Imogen’s website: ImogenRagone.com Imogen’s Facebook group, the BodyIntelligence Community: Facebook.com/groups/bodyintelligencecommunity Shay’s website and blog: ShaySeaborne.com More general information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexanderTechnique.com/support
Angela Bradshaw, an Alexander Technique teacher in Woking, Surrey, UK, talks with Robert Rickover about her experiences with group and individual online Alexander Technique lessons. She also provides some useful suggestions for Alexander Technique teachers who are hesitant about teaching online. The conversation was taken from an earlier video production: shorturl.at/jBR34 Angela’s website: https://AngelaBradshaw.com Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert’s website: https://AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com More information about the Alexander Technique: https://AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexanderTechnique.com/support
Alexander Technique Teacher Imogen Ragone in Conversation with Trauma Awareness Activist Shay Seaborne. In their first conversation, Shay tells us a bit about her own story and experience, and they share a simple idea you can use right away to help you calm your nervous system and reduce stress. This podcast was originally broadcast as a live video on Facebook at Facebook.com/CalmConfidentControl Imogen’s website: ImogenRagone.com Imogen’s Facebook group, the BodyIntelligence Community: Facebook.com/groups/bodyintelligencecommunity Shay’s website and blog: ShaySeaborne.com More general information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexanderTechnique.com/support
Dr. Fred Moss, MD, creator of the Welcome to Humanity Podcast, Interviews Michael Gelb, an Alexander Technique teacher and the author of many books, including How to Think Like Leonardo DaVinci. Michael explains why the principles of the Alexander Technique lie at the core of his many projects and interests. Welcome to Humanity Podcast website: WelcomeToHumanity.net Michael's website: MichaelGelb.com More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Dr Richard Mounce, DDS, an Endodontist in Dallas, Oregon, interviews Dr Aniko Ball, a dentist and Alexander Technique teacher in Melbourne, Australia’ about ways in which the Technique can help dentists and dental hygienists reduce the risk of occupational chronic pain and stress. Dr. Ball discusses extraction techniques utilizing her "All of Me" concept, dental practice stresses, managing these stresses through her "In-house ‘Stress Management in the Clinic’ Workshop", "Active Rest", the reversibility of occupationa chronic pain, multi-modal therapy, and her best professional advice for colleagues. This podcast was originally produced for the Dental Companion Podcast at: DentalClinicalCompanion.com Dr. Ball’s website: OptimumDentalPosture.com  More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Dr Richard Mounce, DDS, an Endodontist in Dallas, Oregon, interviews Dr Aniko Ball, a dentist and Alexander Technique teacher in Melbourne, Australia, about ways in which the Technique can help dentists and dental hygienists reduce the risk of chronic pain. Common dental work habits leading to occupational chronic pain, and the scope of the problem as well as resources for addressing these issues, are discussed. This podcast was originally produced for the Dental Companion Podcast at: DentalClinicalCompanion.com Dr. Ball’s website: OptimumDentalPosture.com  More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Alazne Larrinaga, an Alexander Technique teacher in Galway, Ireland talks with Robert Rickover about her study which shows that Alexander Technique lessons can enhance post-operative exercise programs for cancer survivors. Alazne's website: AlazneLarrinaga.com Informatiion about her study can be found here: shorturl.at/mnrJ6 Robert is an Alexander Technique teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert's website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Robert Rickover talks with Imogen Ragone, an Alexander Technique teacher in Wilmington, Delaware, about the dramatic increase in Alexander Technique distance teaching, what it means for Alexander teachers, and for the future of the profession. Imogen's website: ImogenRagone.com Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto Canada. Website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com Alexander Technique Distance Learning Group on Facebook: Facebook.com/groups/AlexTechDistanceLearning Alexander Technique Forum on Facebook: Facebook.com/groups/AlexanderTechniqueForum You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Robert Rickover talks with Imogen Ragone, an Alexander Technique teacher in Wilmington, Delaware, about the special benefits of learning the Alexander Technique during the Covid-19 crisis. The Alexander Technique is an established method of learning how to release harmful stress and improve your posture and coordination. Imogen's website: ImogenRagone.com Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto Canada. Website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com Information about Alexander Technique Constructive Rest: AlexanderTechnique.com/ConstructiveRest Alexander Technique Distance Learning Group on Facebook: Facebook.com/groups/AlexTechDistanceLearning More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Jeando Masoero talks with Keven Mackay about this topic. Jeando's website: initial-alexandertechnique.org Kevin's website: consciousguidanceandcontrol.com This interview was originally posted on YouTube: shorturl.at/jvBY1 More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Bob Nickman interviews Alexander Technique teacher Michael Frederick.This episode was was originally broadcast on Bob's podcast The Exploding Human, at TheExplodingHuman.com where he interviews those in the fields of health, alternative health, body, mind and spirit. Michael's website: MichaelDFrederick.com More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Robert Rickover talks with Imogen Ragone, an Alexander Technique teacher in Wilmington, Delaware, about the ways in which the Technique can help bring ease into the lives of caregivers. Imogen's website: ImogenRagone.com Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com Care Givers Central: CareGiversCentral.net Gereral information about the Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Lena Hart, an Alexander Technique teacher in San Francisco, California, is interviewed by Owen Fitzpatrick of the Changing Minds Podcast about the Alexander Technique and it's uses. Podcast website: ChangingMindsPodcast.com Lena teaches in the San Francisco Bay Area. Website: AlexanderTechniqueSFBayArea.com More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Ann Shoebridge, an Alexander Technique teacher and physiotherapist in Melbourne, Australia, talks with Robert Rickover about the spectrum of advice musicians receive about posture from music teachers, from physical therapists, and from Alexander Technique teachers. Ann's recent study, "Minding the Body: An interdisciplinary theory of optimal posture for musicians", published in the Psychology of Music Journal, draws together the combined expertise of these three professional groups to define optimal posture for musicians, and to present approaches to optimal posture that support musicians' performance and health. Contact information for Ann: austat.org.au/user/annshoebridge Information about Ann's study: urlzs.com/xLifw Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert's website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com More information about the Alexander Technique and musicians: AlexanderTechnique.com/musicians.htm More general information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Amanda Blair MacDonald, an Alexander Technique teacher, Movement Pattern Analyst and Developmental Movement specialist in Chicago, Illinois, talks with Robert Rickover about ways in which these three processes can help and reinforce each other. Amanda's website: AmandaBlairMacDonald.com Amanda's TEDx Talk can be seen here: https://bit.ly/2XPFKE0 Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Website: alexandertechniquenebraska.com. More information about the Alexander Technique: alexandertechnique.com. Learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Imogen Ragone, an Alexander Technique teacher in Wilmington Delaware, talks with Robert Rickover about how Alexander rose from obscurity in what was essentially a distant British penal colony, to become the founder of what is now known as the Alexander Technique. Imogen's website: ImogenRagone.com Robert's website: alexandertechniquenebraska.com. More general informaion about the Technique: alexandertechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
(This podcast is primarily for Alexander Technique teachers and trainees.) Sabine Grosser, an Alexander Technique teacher in Duesseldorf, Germany, talks with Robert Rickover about her experiences teaching the Technique in offices, and how she markets her work. Sabine's website: Ikos-Grosser.de Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert's website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com More general informaion about the Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Michael Frederick and Robert Rickover have a wide-ranging discussion about the use of platforms like Skype and Zoom to teach the Alexander Technique. Michael teaches in Los Angeles and is the Director of Alexander Technique Retreats International. Michael's web sites: MichaelDFrederick.com and AlexanderTechniqueWorkshops.com Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert's website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com More general informaion about the Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
Petra Pachaly, an Alexander Technique teacher-trainee in Berln, talks with Robert Rickover about her advice for anyone considering training to become an Alexander teacher. Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Website: alexandertechniquenebraska.com. More information about Alexander Technique teacher training: thealexandertechnique.net More information about the Alexander Technique: alexandertechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
(This podcast is primarily for Alexander Technique teachers and students but may be of interest to others.)Malcolm Balk, an Alexander Technique teacher and runner in Montreal, Canada, talks with Robert Rickover about the importance of how our feet contact the ground in standing, walking and running. Malcolm's running/Alexander Technique website: TheArtOfRunning.com Robert teaches the Alexander Technique in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert's website: alexandertechniquenebraska.com. More general informaion about the Technique: alexandertechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support
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Josh Montez

Fantastic podcast. Wish Robert would update it more frequently though

Jan 18th
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