§24. The Last Lesson
(Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud)
« The physical demands that you have taken for granted do become more difficult as you get older, and that is where you really need all the help you can get. Alexander help is particularly appreciated here. In fact, old age really is the testing time from the point of view of the Technique. »Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud
This is my sketchnote of the twenty-fourth talk on the Alexander Technique by Walter Carrington from the book Thinking aloud.
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