In An interview with Peggy Williams (compiled by Glen Park) one catches a detailed glimpse of what training with F.M. Alexander was like. In addition to the fact that Alexander was likely in the prime of his teaching ability when Peggy trained, Patrick Macdonald and Walter Carrington (arguably the two most influential teacher trainers in the years following Alexander’s death) were assisting. 767 more words
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When exploring the molecular “tactics” of crystal in 1894, Lord Kelvin described the phenomenon of “handedness” in stereochemistry by stating: I call any geometrical figure, or group of points, ‘chiral’, and say that it has chirality if its image in a plane mirror, ideally realized, cannot be brought to coincide with itself. 638 more words
Written by Cinnamon Cranston, published in Mosaic Magazine, Alberta, Canada, May 1st, 2015.
RMB is a type of somatic bodywork that helps people to access and integrate long forgotten or unconscious physical/emotional holding patterns through body awareness. 1,409 more words
So, my journey with mental illness began at a very young age (age 11).
There were little things that should have signaled that something was WAY worse, but everything really started to shake up when I was 11…a little fifth grade girl. 939 more words