In Numbers 20, verses 2-12, The people are thirsty and Moses asks God to help. God gives Moses a staff and tells him to command a rock to supply the water. The pattern established over many years was Moses conveying … Continue reading →
About Robert Rickover
Robert Rickover is an Alexander Technique teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska. He also teaches regularly in Toronto, Canada and offers Zoom sessions.
Back in the day, movies and books in America would sometimes be banned by church or state authorities.* Perhaps because of their scandalous content, or unacceptable political implications. A banned movie or book was often one that everyone wanted to … Continue reading →
I just finished listening to a podcast interview with Brother David Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk, teacher and author beloved around the world. His TED Talk about cultivating gratitude as a way to bring joy into our lives has been viewed … Continue reading →
We’ve all heard the phrase “Sitting is the new smoking”. The dangers of our sedentary life style have been well established at this point, and pretty much everybody now knows that sitting for long periods of time can pose serious … Continue reading →
Marjory Barlow was F. Matthias Alexander’s niece, and a well-known teacher of the Alexander Technique for many years. In her book, An Examined Life she quotes Alexander on the topic of giving directions: “This is an exercise and finding out … Continue reading →