- Jun 19, 2018
The Forward Balance of the Skull
The skull’s tendency to roll forward means not only that muscles must act on it to keep it balanced, but that the skull itself acts back on
- May 30, 2018
Welcome to the Zentralapparat Project!
Eighty-six years ago, F. Matthias Alexander observed that the “relativity in the use of the head, neck, and other parts” constituted “primar
- May 8, 2018
Developmental Movement Project: The Organization of Awareness
Muscles are meant to work elastically and we tend to shorten them, we have to think in such a way that the muscles let go and the parts go a
- May 3, 2018
Goals and Purposes in the Study of Developmental Movement.
The upright support system, as we've seen, is highly unstable; once it begins to work inefficiently, muscles begin to compensate and it
- Apr 6, 2018
Weighing the Value of a Method
To be sound, a method must be based on a true working knowledge of how the musculoskeletal system is designed to function in action and how
- Mar 12, 2018
Effortless Action: A Physiological Principle
Effortless and highly precise action is a principle of nature and can be found throughout the animal kingdom.