How are We Living Our Lives?

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Grethe Laub

Grethe Laub (1911-1996) was born in Denmark, and trained as a nursery school teacher at the Froebel Institute in Copenhagen between 1933-35. Thirty years later, between 1962-1965, she trained as a teacher of the Alexander Technique in London. As a person and teacher she was very much loved and appreciated in both of her professions and has been a source of inspiration for many. “How are we living our lives?” is an account of Grethe’s story, and of the highly significant experiences she gathered from both her professions, an account that gradually evolves from the personal to the general and greater theme of living and child education. The book contains valuable insights for both the pre-school teacher and the teacher of the Alexander Technique. [151 pages, pb, 2006, Novis, imported]

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