§11. Teaching the First Lesson
(Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud)
« If you can manage to communicate some of these experiences in the first lesson, you are beginning to get some thinking and some understanding. Then the work you’re doing is not just a manipulation or a treatment. It is the start of a learning process. »Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud
This is my sketchnote of the eleventh talk on the Alexander Technique by Walter Carrington from the book Thinking aloud.
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