The Wise Way to BE IN YOUR BODY & Good Posture [LANDING PAGE DRAFT]

The Wise Way to Be in Your Body for effortless good posture has nothing to do with positioning your body in the assumed “correct posture”. It is not about the activities you do or do not do.

Rather, it has to do with “how you use your body” whatever you may be doing. It is about functioning in an integrated way which naturally results in ease of movement, natural good posture, good coordination and balance. It is about responding to life rather than reacting to it. In short, it has to do with living your life with trust, joy and wellbeing.

When you learn to activate your whole-body intelligence, you can reclaim the ease in your movements, the poise in your posture and you experience positive changes in how you behave. It is not about perfection but right intention in action.

It creates expanded awareness and new possibilities in all aspects of your life.


Have fun watching this less than 2 minute humorous video explaining why you may need to learn the Wise Way to Be in Your Body!


Check the less than 10 minutes video made by the British Medical Journal based on a study of the benefits of the Alexander Technique with examples from daily life and performers at work, especially musicians. To access the video, click the following link: Watch BMJ Video  or Read this Article


You can also view the 20-minute video illustrating why the Alexander Technique has become a necessity for most people in our current society. It includes a brief old footage of F. M. Alexander although it is mostly capturing scenes of our modern life showing why we need this work.

Cécile is an AMSAT and a STAT certified Alexander Technique teacher.


Discover how the way you use your body in daily life directly affects how your posture shows up. Discover how to improve it to gain ease of movement as you learn to respond rather than react to life.

“I now realize that half of my lower back pain is coming from me trying to stand straight and engage my core rather than letting my spine do what it is naturally designed to do”

Simon Livingston Australia

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