Interview with Kristin Maxwell - Is Posture the New Super Power?

My Private Work & Classes Offer Tools to Re-educate
Patterns of Stress and Imbalance in our Posture and Body/Mind Continuum


 

Are you conscious of your posture?

Does your movement feel free and graceful?

Or, is chronic back and neck discomfort part of your daily experience?

Do you breathe well, or do you experience your breath as shallow and restrictive?

 

Do you:

Sit for long hours?

Professionally play an instrument, sing or dance?

Have low energy?

Find it difficult to relax?

Have high stress?

Are you:

Aware of structural imbalances.

Recuperating from surgery or illness?

Slumped at a desk for hours?

People come to the Alexander Technique due to discomfort or pain and the AT offers skills in re-educating unconscious and poor postural habits that can bring relief to long standing issues.

People will gravitate to the practice of Chigong to consciously activate the Chi field within us, empowering our healing within this  infinite resource.

Working with a variety of Balls & Soft Rolling directly impacts the fascia and connective tissue, a great tool for the balance of our muscular, skeletal and nervous systems.

 

The skills that I teach serve as proactive measures in self-care that include:

Working with repetitive motion

Freeing the body for better performance

Becoming aware of and releasing old patterns held in the body

Deepen into how breath is experienced & expressed

Honoring the process of aging

Work with soft / firm balls & a soft roller to move stuck stress held in the fascia / connective tissue

Restorative Movement: Explore the spine in all planes, opening joints and finding more fluidity in how we move and balance

 


I began to study the Alexander Technique in NYC as a young dancer striving to improve my technique. Little did I know

at that time, the profound impact that the AT would have in my life... Rita

 

 

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Chronic Pain Summit

Posture & Self Esteem
Movement, Balance, Integration...

 

Movement can be expressed outwardly and inwardly in a myriad of ways. From the power of sport or dance to the subtlies of breathing and minute cellular action, the language of movement is vast and varied.

 

Balance is dynamic, ever changing and informing. I like to think of balance as a kind of “sixth sense” that informs our actions, our rest and our play.

 

Integration is intelligence and connectivity, a system that supports the whole structure. Integration provides a stable dynamic home that gives us the foundation for growth and fulfillment.

 

The experience of embodiment is a potent way to bring consciousness into the journey of our lives, and I offer a unique approach to the ebb and flow process that heals and balances.