The Undivided Self: Alexander Technique and the Control of Stress
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Outlining the basic principles of the Alexander Technique--the objective of which is to gain conscious control over one's actions--The Undivided Self challenges the concept that mind and body are interacting systems. Once we become aware of damaging patterns, we can learn to break these habits and establish a new, beneficial approach to health that will help control and pr...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 27th 1999 by North Atlantic Books
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Theodore Dimon Jr. received both masters and doctorate degrees in education from Harvard University and is an internationally renowned teacher of mind/body disciplines. He has written five books including Anatomy of the Moving Body; The Body in Motion; Your Body, Your Voice; The Elements of Skill; and The Undivided Self. He lectures internationally and teaches at The Dimon Institute and Columbia T...more
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