The Art of Changing
Exploring the Alexander Technique and Its Relationship with the Human Energy Body
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|Format:||Paperback, 288 pages, New edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||113 b&w photographs|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 30 August 2000|
The Art of Changing has established a fine reputation twice over; as one of the very best introductions to the Alexander Technique and as a unique exploration of its relationship with the human energy body. Most of us want to change something about ourselves; physical, emotional or mental habits which, in spite of our best efforts, seem to rule our lives. The Alexander Technique is a method by which we can allow change to take place in ourselves 'against the habits of life'. It is recognised the world over as a subtle yet powerful method of dealing with physical and mental stress and of encouraging personal growth and transformation. Glen Park begins by explaining Alexander's basic principles with the help of observational exercises and imaginative line drawings. She then applies these principles to emotional, mental and spiritual dimensions, considering the human body as an energy system surrounded by an aura and organised by different chakras or energy centres. The Art of Changing gives fascinating insights into how we really function and how we can allow positive change to occur in our lives.
About the Author
Glen Park first encountered the Alexander Technique during her career as a writer and actress in the professional theatre. She left the theatre to train as an Alexander Teacher and also trained in psychic development in England and America. She has taught the Alexander Technique for many years and has run workshops in England and overseas, using combinations of all her skills.
|Publisher: ||Ashgrove Publishing Ltd|
|Dimensions: ||21.0 x 17.0 x 1.0 centimeters (0.64 kg)|