approach is to reprogram consciousness and allow both children and
adults free choice in the way they live their lives.
individuals it is up to us to decide how and to what extent we
experience the stress in our everyday lives.
choose to go about our daily lives in the same manner as everyone else,
how we sit, stand, the way we work, how we eat, how we sleep how we
operate our computers and other gadgets etc. Or we can choose our own
methods for carrying out all these activities.
can allow the build up of stress and tension in our back through our
shoulders and neck and up into the head. All recognized factors in the
onset and development of modern diseases such as Fibromyalgia and CFS.
we can choose to release and let go. Where we identify spontaneous
consistent reaction we can choose to use inhibition to prevent the
events from happening and we can learn the art of release and letting
Alexanders techniques focus on 5 direct orders to the body.
will be aiming to achieve from the Alexander technique is the smooth
use of the body incorporating efficient muscular movement. The process
that one must apply to achieve this is primarily a mental process.
example give yourself the order – "stand up straight"!
happens to your posture? You immediately pull your shoulders right back
and force the spine into an unnatural tight backbend. Try holding this
position for more than a couple of minutes. Do you see how
uncomfortable it is?
became aware of this while training to be an actor and over several
years he developed a series of 4 vital rules that allowed students of
his technique to achieve correct, sustainable postural improvement.
period of time adhering to these rules results in reduced stress and
tension in the neck and shoulder areas, lengthening and broadening of
the back and reduced tension in the hip and sacral areas.
the first 4 vital rules that Alexander devised: Note the common thread
through all the rules.
Release the head on top of the neck so that it balances easily in a
forward and up position.
Release the thorax of your body so that it expands into length and
Release the legs away from the hips and sacrum.
Release the shoulders away from your sides.
sufferers often refer to trigger point attacks and can even be
diagnosed due to the predictable nature of these attacks.
Reducing these trigger points involves identifying and breaking the
cycles of tension that build up in Fibromyalgia sufferers.
where we must attempt to "release" this tension. The tension which
holds skeletal muscles out of position can worsen to affect ligaments,
tendons and damage the joints themselves.
Clive L. Haslam,
(B.A, M.Sc, PgDip)
CFS/ Fibromyalgia Research.
CFS/ Fibromyalgia Sufferer.
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