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Trisha Brown is internationally known for her experimental choreographic genius. Since 1962, Brown has been creating dances in New York City, initially as a founding member of the famous Judson Dance Theater, and later, with her present group, the Trish ...
The prevalence of back pain — Does back trouble keep you from playing your favorite sport? Does it stop you from bending or swinging your child into the air? Have you lost precious time from work, spent money on medications or undergone surgery, wit ...
The challenges of computer work — You sit at your computer each day, eyes on the screen, hand on the mouse. You're deeply absorbed in your work or pressured to meet a deadline. For hours, you barely move at all. Late in the day you feel so compre ...
The Alexander Technique is useful during each phase of becoming a parent. Study of the Technique gets body and mind working together to unlearn old postural habits, solve movement problems and improve balance and coordination. It helps women understa ...
After a long day in the recording studio, are you physically and mentally exhausted? After hours of practicing for an upcoming concert, are you a mass of aches, pains or numbness? As a professional, you must cope every day with the intense physical and ...
Frederick Matthias Alexander (1869-1955) was a Shakespearean actor plagued by chronic hoarseness. While on stage before an audience, he sometimes lost his voice completely. Doctorsâ treatments failed to correct the problem, and he began to look a ...
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