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Bt_movie_not_in_use How to make sitting as close as possible to standing. (00h:00m:24s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use When the legs aren't engaged the upper body is having to work extra. (00h:00m:46s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use Slightly change the position every so often. (00h:02m:14s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use With one-sided instruments, go into the sprinter's position. (00h:02m:27s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use The hips should be directly beneath the shoulders. (00h:04m:44s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use Gaining awareness of the sit bones to gauge back curve. (00h:05m:19s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use The spine tries to maintain the equilibrium in the head to maintain fluid. (00h:07m:50s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use We exaggerate the curve in the back in one way or another. (00h:08m:37s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use Use your legs as much as possible. (00h:09m:38s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use The center of weight should be as close to the heels as possible. (00h:10m:22s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use The relationship between the head, neck, and back affects everything else in the body. (00h:11m:23s)
Bt_movie_not_in_use When is it good to use the back of the chair? (00h:12m:45s)

Alexander Technique (Part 2)

Matthew Jones, Alexander Technique practitioner, discusses how the Alexander Technique can apply to playing instruments. (Part 2)

Artists Bt_info_artist Matthew Jones