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Turn Stress Into Resilience And Courage

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

Take a few minutes to enjoy this fascinating talk from health psychologist Kelly McGonigal.  Kelly explains how our beliefs about stress are in fact far more harmful than stress itself, and suggests simple ways to reframe stressful events and find the good in what has for so long been thought of as bad.

Learn From My Mistakes And Avoid Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Last week I could hardly walk.  It was very painful, and entirely self-inflicted.  Here’s what I did to create this problem for myself, and some ideas so that you can do things differently and learn from my mistakes. (more…)

Now on Twitter

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

I’ve signed up to Twitter, where I’ll be tweeting about life, the universe and the Alexander Technique. My Twitter name is @SarahChatwin, click it to go to my Twitter page. I try to make sure I retweet the most interesting messages and good links that are sent to me, so they show up on my page for you. Enjoy!

A Cautionary Tale

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Happy New Year! I hope 2010 has got off to a good start for you. Some of you may have launched into a new exercise regime, aiming to get fit and lose weight. With this in mind, I wanted to write about something I overheard recently.

I had been given a free day pass to a gym (more…)

Something old, something new

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

There are two wonderful resources I recommend to anyone who wants to know more about the Alexander Technique. They are Chapter One of ‘The Use of the Self’ by F.M. Alexander, and Robert Rickover’s website. (more…)