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Moving Mindfully - a self-help guide to the Alexander Technique

Author:   Buonorma, Elisabeth
ISBN:   B000CAG2F0
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This instructional CD will guide you through the basics of the Alexander Technique, resulting in more comfort with everyday movements, greater sense of calm, and improved posture.
Elizabeth's articulate and thoughtfully constructed CD will introduce you to the basics of the Alexander Technique, a method designed to improve posture, reduce stress and create greater comfort in everyday movements. After listening to a brief introduction, you can move on to the "Chair Lesson," an 15-minute segment designed to clarify everyday movements. You can then enjoy the 19-minute "Floor Lesson," which guides you through gentle movements and simple stretches. The result is relaxation, calm and greater flexibility. The lessons are paced appropriately to allow for integration of the information so that you bring the knowledge into everyday life. The lessons can be repeated multiple times for greater depth of understanding or simply for refreshment and relaxation. See also Elizabeth A. Buonomo
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Elizabeth A. Buonomo was introduced to the Alexander Technique at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, where she received her bachelor's degree. She was inspired to become an Alexander teacher because of her love of movement and a desire to work with her hands. Since 1993 when Elizabeth completed a three-year teacher certification program at the American Center for the Alexander Technique in New York City, she has had a private practice in Bergen County, New Jersey. Elizabeth receives r... 
Weight: 100 gr
Edition: Audio CD
Published: 25.10.2005
Height: 110 mm
Width: 150 mm
Thickness: 8 mm
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