Testimonials

Awareness of Bones

“Awareness of the shape of our bones, of the force lines in the web of the skeleton, invites us to trust its ingenious construction” T. Windels Eutony & Maths teacher

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Reflections

REFLECTIONS ON A WEEK-LONG EUTONY COURSE 31 July-6 August 2011 by Tamar Posner, psychotherapist. An Embodied Awareness Course? Great. Now’s our chance! “Excuse me? Hey! You! Kindly pay attention; it’s your body speaking and we want to tell you something.”

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A Perpetual Source of Astonishment

For me, and after years of practice, I can say Eutony has been like a personal journey, non-linear, which has transformed my way of life at several levels: body, emotions, mind, spirit. I could call this an art of life,

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Trying to Understand Oneself

“Gerda Alexander’s Eutony, unlike other techniques, does not set out to make the subject do something which conforms with a model it devises as ideal; its aim is rather that one should try to understand oneself so as to be

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Living Mindfully

“I went to a Mindfulness class, and realised that with Eutony, I had been living mindfully all along … ” Julie Grove secretary

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Diving into Eutony

In the style of Eutony, I am going to avoid giving you the backdrop, history, the how’s and the why’s and get moving immediately into a week of this vivid work. Therese Melville, a Eutony teacher of over 30 years

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Help with Yoga

“Eutony offers of course a certain contrast with yoga – they have fundamentally different origins and aims – even if in some aspects, there are similarities between the two. Indeed, Gerda Alexander has created a system of body knowledge based

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