Interested in the BodyMinded Alexander technique approach for yourself and/or for your students? We are creating a collection of free teaching and learning resources for you to use. Each one is bite sized, easy to understand and we hope helpful to you! There is a mixture of video clips, downloadable tip sheets for students and wall posters available.
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Did you know your collar bones move when you move your arms? They are suppose to do that! In this video Greg explains and demonstrates the movement of the collar bones in relation to arm and hand movements.
Do you know the difference between 'page turning' or 'key motion' for the hand and arm? In this video Greg explains and demonstrates these differences simply. Understanding how you move gives you more choices for moving with ease.
Greg explains and demonstrates in this video the movements of the wrist. We can take our hand in many directions, largely due to the many small bones and range of motion this makes possible in the wrist.
This video will give you insight into how your wrist moves!
Greg in this video explains and demonstrates some of the keys ideas about hand movements, starting with the fingers and palms. Hands are important for everyday actions and especially for making music! Music teachers we have you in mind as we offer these free bite sized videos for you to use - enjoy!
Use this video for yourself or with your students to gain an insight into the functioning of the hands - it is fascinating!