Please Sign in to start your review. Otherwise, kindly click the X icon to close. For more information, click here. Synopsis This book presents an effective way to reduce physical, mental and emotional stress. Topics covered include worry, depression, insomnia and panic attacks. It is easy to understand and is suitable for those new to the Alexander Technique as well as those who have experience of it. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout.
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Is your body giving you warning signs of the mental and physical stress you are under? Typical symptoms of stress include backache, neck or shoulder tension, headaches, insomnia, frequent colds, asthma, digestive problems and high blood pressure. Being under stress can become a habit, making it hard to relax. It can also affect your breathing and bring on feelings of panic and anxiety. What can the Alexander Technique do for you? Stress tends to affect people with low self-esteem so that they feel unable to say 'no' even when they are already under pressure.
The skills you learn will help you treat yourself with more care. When you learn to improve your posture you will gradually feel less in a 'slump' and more interested in life. Learning how to breathe correctly will help you feel calm and centred, making it easier to concentrate and organise your life better. Stress causes excessive muscular tension. You will learn how to release it and move through life with greater ease.
Mind and Body Stress Relief with the Alexander Technique
You will feel happier and more at ease with others as internal and external conflict is reduced In this book, author Richard Brennan shows us how to gain emotional, mental and spiritual balance in our lives using simple techniques to improve our posture, breathing and way of thinking. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. Overall rating No ratings yet. They are many ways of reducing stress, but one of the safest, yet most effective ways is by learning the Alexander Technique. The Alexander Technique is a method of self-awareness on many levels.
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It is very simple and can be understood by anyone, yet at the same time it is very profound; It is a way of improving balance, posture and co-ordination and this in turn will help to release unconscious tension that many of us hold. The human body is, an amazing instrument, but most of us unconsciously interfere with its natural working and this can lead to many health problems which could have been avoided. The release of muscular tension can dramatically help or prevent backache, arthritis, insomnia, as well as a whole range of other physical aches and pains that are so common in our society today.
By learning to use this Technique you will become more aware of how you sit, stand and move, and this will help you to reduce the strain placed upon the body.
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As these tensions are released, so are many of the thoughts that hold us back from being who we truly are. Many people also find that their confidence and self esteem naturally grow, and with it a natural spontaneity, a greater contentment and a deeper love of life. By releasing unwanted muscle tension, you will achieve a greater ease of movement, feel calmer and gain a greater control over your own life.
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