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This short video is a brief introduction to The Ready list (TRL).
Alexander Teacher Judith Kleinman explains the origin of TRL and how to use our series of videos to try TRL for yourself.
In this video Alexander Technique teacher Sue Merry talks you through The Ready list (TRL).
You can use it to try TRL for yourself or as a learning-support tool to enhance your existing Alexander Technique practice.
Try for yourself and then think about taking some lessons!
Lying down with ease.
Do this relaxing procedure every day.
It will help you to find more energy and to balance your nervous system.
In this short TRL explainer, we take you through some useful directions to enable you to sit in an easeful and gentle way.
This is the second video of the series on everyday activities and The Ready List (TRL). Here we guide you into standing in a balanced and stress-free way.
This is the third video of the series on everyday activities and The Ready List (TRL). Here we guide you into an easy and graceful walk.
Using phones, laptops and tablets in a graceful way.
Get ready for a whole new equestrian experience!
Here we talk you through how to use TRL to help you to deal with exam nerves. These techniques can also help with many other situations. For example: public speaking, or approaching any task that makes you nervous.
If standing in front of an audience - or a class - is stressful for you, TRL might be helpful. This video explains how.
Discover more: fun, freedom, ease and efficiency.
Whatever your interest in sport the TRL has something to offer.
A short introduction to the importance of movement in a learning environment.
We look at Educare Small School where we have always recognised that movement is an essential ingredient for healthy learning and wellbeing.
This short video gives a snapshot of the ways in which TRL is being used in a variety of educational establishments.
Check out this great video and learn how create the ideal furniture set-up for your child.
An interview with Alexander Technique Teacher Richard Brennan, the world expert on the issues concerning human-friendly chairs for children.
Filmed in the spring of 2020 as a part of Alexander in Education Conference organised by The Developing Self
An introduction to TRL made just for children
Mr. Jackson always - well almost always - remembers to use The Ready List to help himself get out of scrapes.
Unfortunately not all his friends know how to do this.
Sometimes things get a little bit crazy!
You can watch his stories here
Some fun experiments and body awareness explorations from my AT Lab Body Mapping Unit.
with Elizabeth Castagna
Join Elizabeth and Bobby and learn a fun Ready List game
with Elizabeth Castagna
Does your head float? More fun things to try.
with Elizabeth Castagna
This video from 2007 gives a flavour of some of the ways that TRL works at Educare Small School. Many practices have been added and updated since this was filmed.
A daily session of constructive rest and relaxation. We use TRL and calming body positions to give everyone an opportunity to be peacefully in their own space for a short time each day. When an Alexander Teacher is present this is also an opportunity for children to experience how to give and receive beneficial touch.
A snapshot of our daily Movement Circle. This was at the beginning of a new school year 2021 and so everyone is a little rusty, including me!
If you would like to try Educare Movement Circle for yourself, you can try the basics right now.
In this video Sue Merry - who devised Educare Movement Circle in 1997 - leads you through the foundational movements.
At Educare Small School we use a unique activity, devised by Sue Merry, called Lazy Labyrinths. This video gives an overview of what Lazy Labyrinths are and why we use them. It includes a demonstration that will teach you how to work with Lazy Labyrinths.
The Royal College of Music in London has embedded the Alexander Technique in the undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
In this short film students and Alexander professors talk about applying the Alexander Technique to developing some of the essential skills for musicians.
Find out how the Alexander Technique is integrated into Performing Arts education to great effect.
All members of NYCGB's National Youth Training Choir and National Youth Choir are offered Alexander Technique tuition on their residential courses.
In this film, Alexander Technique tutor Lindsay Wagstaff explains the benefits to singers of the Alexander Technique, and how it's made available on courses.
Judith Kleinman explains how the Alexander Technique can help performers stay calm and confident, cope well under pressure and play to their full potential.
Judith Kleinman explains how The Ready List can help with performance anxiety.
The Ready List
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