An Interview with Lucia Walker: Part1

- What was the reason or motivation or expectation when you started learning AT? I'm just trying to remember...but I think my main reason or motivation was in wanting to move more freely and more accurately. I was getting interested in dance at about the same time. I was taught a form of dance finally, that was also looking at 'good use', and releasing into movement instead of making a lot of effort. And then there was also Tai Chi. So that was at slightly less mechanical and more energetic le...
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An Interview with Lucia Walker: Part2

- So even among the Alexander teachers, there seem to be different entrances for each style of teaching. In case of you, what in your style of teaching is the entrance? What style of teaching do you like or prefer? Well, I don't know. I know different occasions when I really admire certain teachers and certain ways of teaching. And when I admire (or envy even) different people's teaching, I like to look at what's going on then and whether that's something I aspire to (so I want to learn and ta...
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An Interview with Lucia Walker: Part3

- What sort of reasons are there for your students to come to your lesson? In your case? Quite a range. I see quite a few musicians and singers. People who are just not quite satisfied with their life and their health, and they want. Sometimes people even say they want something for which they are responsible as a way of improving that. So in a way, that feeling of "It's not quite good enough". Sometimes, various kinds of pains or back problems, or when people have tried many other things and ...
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