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The Act of Living: Talks on the Alexander Technique

Author/Editor: Walter Carrington

This may be regarded as the second volume of Thinking Aloud. It contains talks given to trainees on many aspects of teaching and living the Technique. Some of the 29 talks are titled: “Thinking to Do,” “General Functioning,” “The Primary Wish,” “Forward and Up,” “Knees Forward and Away,” “The Length and the Width,” “Walking,” “Yin and Yang,” “Establishing a Total Pattern,” “Responsibility,” “Gravitation,” and “Saying and Meaning No.” It also contains a foreword by the ""postural"" physiologist Tristan Roberts, an introduction by Glynn Macdonald, and biographies. [188 pages, hb, 148 x 223 mm, Oct. 1999]

Mfr#: B1446


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