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février 26, 2007

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Working Without Pain : By Sherry Berjeron-Oliver and Bruce Oliver

février 19, 2007

By Sherry Berjeron-Oliver and Bruce Oliver

Over 65 Million Americans are at risk of developing Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) such as Carpal Tunnel, Tendinitis, Back Pain and other stress related musculoskeletal conditions. Yet experts can’t seem to completely understand the cause and halt the growing rate of these diseases.

Alexander Technique Teachers have an advanced knowledge in understanding the most basic cause of RSI. WORKING WITHOUT PAIN helps put this knowledge with practical principles into perspective for daily work application. Use this book to begin learning what is being done by other experts and realize the shortcomings that can be addressed with the unique expertise of an Alexander Technique Teacher.

When people think of Repetitive Strain Injury, they often think of carpal tunnel syndrome and computers. There is a much broader number of different types of occupations that have just as much RSI problems and need help.

WORKING WITHOUT PAIN includes many true stories of people from many different occupations who have used the Alexander Technique to recover from and prevent RSI. The stories illustrate the principles of Alexander Technique through the peoples guided discoveries and then how they apply their new knowledge at work.

This book is not another general Alexander Technique book, but specifically about applying the Alexander Technique to overcome the crisis of Repetitive Strain Injury.

Some topics in Working Without Pain, Eliminate Repetitive Strain Injuries with the Alexander Technique are:
Your Risk and Your Advantage
Hidden Causes of RSI
Earliest Detection
Ergonomics is not enough
Tools for Change
Working at the Desk and Keyboard


Skill and Poise : Articles by Raymond Dart

février 15, 2007

Articles by Raymond Dart 

Raymond Dart

Skill and Poise
– Articles on skill, poise and the F. M. Alexander Techique

Book realized by Alexander Murray, UCAT .

 1996 hb, 192+xiv pages, b/w illustrations, 234 x 156 mm, index, UK, STAT Books. 

STAT Editions


The Act of Living by Walter Carrington

février 15, 2007

The Act of Living by Walter Carrington

The Act of Living: Talks on The Alexander Technique

by Walter Carrington
Foreword by Tris Roberts
Introduction by Glynn MacDonald
Edited by Jerry Sontag

About the Book

For almost 50 years, Walter Carrington has walked into the teaching room at 18 Lansdowne Road in London, sat down in a chair, picked up one of F.M. Alexander’s books and begun to read aloud. The point at which he stops reading and begins sharing his thoughts, observations and experiences of the Alexander Technique with the assembled audience is the point at which this book begins.

The 29 talks in The Act of Living range widely in subject, from breathing and the balance of the head on the neck to the pain of sciatica and the effect of gravity on our lives. Whether he is speaking about the bones of the pelvis, or the man who wants to change without changing, Walter Carrington gives the reader an inside look at this educational technique for changing habitual behavior.

The Act of Living serves as a gentle reminder for teachers of some of the thoughts worth considering in a lesson; it helps students quicken their understanding of the fundamental principles of the Alexander Technique. The book is invaluable for anyone interested in directing his or her energies towards a freer, more spontaneous exploration of the world in which we live. It will change how you see, think and feel about yourself.

Mornum Press 

Hardcover, 186 pages, ISBN 0-9644352-3-3
$26.00


Thinking Aloud by walter Carrington

février 15, 2007

Thinking Aloud by Walter Carrington

Thinking Aloud: Talks on Teaching the Alexander Technique

by Walter Carrington
Introduction by John Nicholls
Edited by Jerry Sontag

About the Book

Thinking Aloud is a serious exploration of the Alexander Technique that goes beyond the standard introductions to this educational method. Walter Carrington, the author, condenses 50 years of teaching into 25 straightforward essays on all aspects of the Alexander Technique. The book was originally designed for teachers and teachers-in-training, but has proven popular with those readers interested in learning more about this approach to changing habitual behavior.

In Thinking Aloud, Walter Carrington takes a commonsense approach to the most commonplace of problems–the ways we use ourselves in daily life. Mr. Carrington is renowned for his hands-on teaching skills. He also has a remarkable ability to communicate complex ideas in an accessible way to teachers and students alike. The reader will find the relevance of these essays reaches far beyond the confines of a specific professional training program. The fundamental ways we think and function in daily life are the true subjects of Thinking Aloud.

How we use and take time is a recurring theme throughout Thinking Aloud. If there is any ticket for admission to this book, it is that time be taken while reading each of these talks. For the interested reader–whether one sings or plays a musical instrument, sits at a computer all day, or lifts children in and out of car seats–that investment will be repaid many times over.

Mornum Press 

Designed by Marianne Ackerman
Hardcover, 176 pages, ISBN 0-9644352-0-9,
$26.00


Freedom to change by Franck Pierce Jones

février 15, 2007

Freedom to change 

Freedom to Change: The Development and Science of The Alexander Technique

by Frank Pierce Jones
Foreword to New Edition by Ted Dimon
Introduction by J. McVicker Hunt

About the Book

F. P. Jones’ classic introduction to the Alexander Technique Previously published as Body Awareness in Action New and reset edition With 26 illustrations and 4 colour plates. Introduction by J. McVicker Hunt. Foreword to New Edition by Ted Dimon. New appendix (16 pages) contains Jones’ outline for a fifteenth chapter plus sketches and observations from his notebook, published here for the first time.

Frank Pierce Jones (1905-1975) trained with F. M. and A. R. Alexander 1941-44. Drawing on his long association with F. M. and A. R., Jones relates the story and development of the Technique. It is the most comprehensive biography of Alexander’s extraordinary life published to date. For twenty- five years Jones conducted original scientic research into the Technique using a variety of methods including multiple-image photography (investigating changes in movement patterns), X-ray photography (examining the head-neck relationship) and electromygrams ( measuring muscles in different head-neck relationships). The most important results are presented and Jones explains some of the underlying mechanisms at work, including how the conscious mind activates anti-gravity reflexes. In « Notes on Teaching, » Jones summarizes his teaching experiences and sets out principles for good teaching practice.

Jones always intended his book to be called Freedom to Change, but it was originally published after his death as Body Awareness in Action, in 1976.

The appendices contain: A. The Re-education of Feeling; B. The Organization of Awareness; C. Awareness, Freedom and Muscular Control; D. Learning How to Learn; E. Notes and Drafts.

Mornum Press 

Designed by Jean M. O. Fischer
Paperback, 240 pages, 202 x 135 mm, 26 b/w illustrations, 2 tables, 4 colour plates, glossary, bibliography, new index. ISBN 0-9525574-7-9
$27.00


La technique Alexander par Richard Brennan

février 8, 2007

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Broché: 149 pages
Editeur : Les Editions de l’Homme (16 novembre 2006)
Langue : Français
ISBN-10: 2761921291
ISBN-13: 978-2761921299 


Le bon geste

février 8, 2007

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Broché
Editeur : Actes Sud (10 octobre 2000)
Collection : Nature
Langue : Français
ISBN-10: 2742728716
ISBN-13: 978-2742728718


Equitation par la technique Alexander par véronique Bartin

février 8, 2007

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Broché: 140 pages
Editeur : Belin (23 janvier 2003)
Collection : Enseignement
Langue : Français
ISBN-10: 2701134609
ISBN-13: 978-2701134604


La Technique Alexander pour les musiciens de pedro Alcantara

février 8, 2007

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Broché: 363 pages
Editeur : Alexitère (2000)
Collection : Médecine des arts
Langue : Français
ISBN-10: 295138081X
ISBN-13: 978-2951380813