Posts tagged as 'primary-control'

Alexander Technique: A Field, Not a Method

Alexander Technique: A Field, Not a Method

We often speak of our work as a set of principles that can be applied to the use of ourselves in any activity, all working around the concept of the primary control. But describing our what we do in these terms, while useful up to a point, has greatly limited the scope and purpose of our work, which is based on key discoveries that go far beyond the practice of principles…

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Organization of Movement (4 papers)

All human movement contains a basic organizing principle, an active force that ensures effortlessness, vitality, and optimal control. This principle is the foundation for healthful functioning throughout life; it is also the basic mechanism over which we must gain control as the basis for higher levels of awareness and skill…

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