LearningMethods is the principle teaching resource and incorporates the Anatomy of Wholeness work which is based on research in anatomy and physiology. They are based on the premise that we function as entire, sensitive and intelligent beings and cannot be compartmentalised. However issues can be approached from a physiological or a cognitive perspective.
LearningMethods workshops explore how your ideas and beliefs interrelate with your whole thinking, emotional and mobile self. It offers a way to question your views and thoughts and gives you a means to unravel misinterpretations, misunderstandings and so resolve your issues. It is a powerful self-help tool.
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Anatomy of Wholeness is an anatomical and physiological approach to helping you understand and alleviate (or irradicate) pain and injury. Practical explorations of areas such as support and balance illustrate what constructive movement really means. You discover how to reactivate your system to function more efficiently. Alternatively, common misconceptions are unravelled about posture, muscle strength and suchlike and shown how they may create or irritate existing injuries.
The emphasis is on you understanding why you have your problems, what and how you can change to improve your quality of life.
You will be able to make clear and reasoned choices about how you sit or stand or live your life.
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The Alexander Technique helps you to identify and lose the harmful habits you have built up over a lifetime of stress. You learn to go about your daily life with a heightened awareness and overall sense of well-being. It is a holistic approach to mind-body use and works towards rediscovering the ease and freedom in movement, so noticeable in small children, that we tend to lose over time. The teacher guides you with a light touch of his hands and together you pinpoint tension areas and improve patterns of movement. Lessons leave one feeling lighter, freer, and more grounded.