Walter Carrington Thinking aloud Directing Sketchnoted

Thinking aloud (Walter Carrington) – Sketchnotes

ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE


“We could enjoy the feeling and the happiness that comes from a moment of poise, of perfect freedom and well being. The readiness is all – that is what the Alexander Technique is all about.”

Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud

The Alexander… what ?

F. M. Alexander

Who was Walter Carrington ?

Walter Carrington

What’s in this book ?

Walter Carrington Talks

Here are my sketchnotes of these 25 talks:

Wishing, Willing, and Fairy Tales


At our Mother’s Knee


Generating the Energy to Go Up


Lengthening in Stature


Spinal Twists


Advice to Teachers


Allowing Time to Say No


Directing the Neck and Head


Breathing


Teaching Directions to Beginners


Teaching the First Lesson


Use: Primary Control


The Demand of the Constant


The Importance of a Teacher’s Use


Directing


Ethics


Lengthening and Widening


Riding


Taking Time


Non-doing


Hands on the Back of the Chair


Whispered Ahs


Walking


The Last Lesson


Knees Going forward and Away

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