Spotlight on Wendy Coblentz – Alexander Technique Student — 9 Comments

  1. I resonate with the desire for something non-invasive and non-judgemental! Learning to stop has made a huge difference in my back pain, as has observing myself rather than imposing exercises in a panic. Thanks for sharing your story Wendy!

    • And that was so important to me too, when I first started learning the Alexander Technique… and it still is. Thanks for commenting, Margaret 🙂

    • Me too! Though fortunately and didn’t have to try as many as Wendy before I found the Alexander Technique 🙂

    • That’s great you’re an Alexander Teacher, Diane. My hope is to continue to spread the word about the value of the Alexander Technique and encourage more people to take lessons.

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  3. Acute back pain and sciatica can be one of the most common reasons
    that can cause you months of sleepless nights due to lower back pain, pain in the buttocks, and in some parts of your feet.

    Inhale as much air as you conveniently can while you lift your hands upwards.
    Using this back exercise technique, the first thing that a physical therapist does is to look for the patient.

  4. Increase the intake of foods rich in potassium as it can lessen the effects of sodium on blood
    pressure. Surgery is hardly ever necessary unless you let it get out of hand.
    Between the podiatrist, the gastroenterologist, the cardiologist, the nephrologist,
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