We are energy beings, we exists as bodies made of cells which resonate and cooperate through systems of coordination.
Breathing, Circulation, Digestion, Muscles and Skeleton, the Endocryne system and the Nervous system. They all work closely, in constant and strict communication.
The key for a full-filling existence, for a joyful life and for success is indeed our awareness and our capability of allowing the systems to self-regulate in the best way possible.
The Alexander Technique deals with motor control and coordination. For a person to walk or stand upright, especially while carrying on other activities such as speaking in front of an audience, they will continuously monitor their posture and adjust muscle activity as needed to provide balance.
Our motor awareness is often impaired and our lack of coordination leads us to troubles: when we are not physically supported, we won’t be emotionally and mentally balanced either. We will give a low level performance.
Breathing has a crucial role in stress managment, as much as regulating the proper exchange of oxygen in the bloodstream. When we are tense everything is constricted: muscles, arteries, lungs. Deep breathing relaxes our system which increases blood flow, releases toxins, and opens up lung tissue.
Rhythm, subsequently, provides us with a sense of time, making us flow with our decisions and direction. Good timing is essential for success. More over, the sense of polyrhythm is essential for anyone who needs to juggle tasks and solve problems rapidly.
Work out can help us building a realistic sense of ourselves, increasing stamina and regulating hormones.When you exercise, your body releases chemicals called endorphins. These endorphins interact with the receptors in your brain that reduce your perception of pain. Endorphins also trigger a positive feeling in the body, similar to that of morphine
We often get lost in feelings about our selves, which we do not know how to address. Kathleen’s experience makes her a reliable guidance to achieve a clearer vision of what we truly need, providing at the same time the tools to actually get there, where we truly want to be.