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The Encyclopaedia of Ease – N-O

The Encyclopaedia of Ease – finding ease in existing words ‘psoas’ not to get bored! So now these two letters – N and O, very useful when used together for creating claritiease and boundarease. No is a small word, easy to pronounce but sometimes quite difficult to say and may require repeated practicease. No? Also the second movement of the spine.

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Nastease – Being kind. Kindness is much underrated in societease, methinks. Be kind to each other, animals and nature.

Nicetease – Niceness, also underrated with wonderful qualitease. There’s a lovely feeling of ease being with nice people. Nicetease are the little things that make the world a better, easier place to live in, such as smiling and saying please, thank you, well done and other politenessease. Also old-fashionednessease such as having cups and saucers and setting the table to sitting down to eat.

Negativitease – There is a positive and negative charge in everything. Is your cup half full or half empty?

Nonsensencease – Getting to the end of this Encyclopaedia of Ease!

Newbease – Being new to the Alexander Technique and wondering what all the fuss is about!

Necessitease – Not running out of loo roll.

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Opporunitease – Seeing ease is are all around you and learning to line up with it.

Orangease – Not wearing fake tan.

Officease – Sitting in balance at the computer.

Odditease – Knowing that you probably are one and not caring.

Oasease – Lying in semi-supine aka constructive rest and discovering an oasis of calm, tranquility, peace and loveliness waiting for you. Blissease beyond Blissease!

Easing the Old Body by Kirsten Harris
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Onenessease – A state of balanced poise.

Ostrichease – Wonderful long free neck.

Ostriches by Kirsten Harris
Oil on Canvas

Copyright Kirsten Harris 30 June 2019

www.kirstenharrisart.co.uk

www.kirstenharris.co.uk – For downloadable lessons to listen to in semi supine to ease your day The Alexander Technique way!

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3 Easy Tips for Sitting at Your Computer

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1. Are you off your rockers?! Like the skeleton in my sketch

In other words are you sitting on your sitting bones?

Sit on your hands for a moment and feel your sitting bones. These are bony rockers at the base of your spine.

You are sitting on a bony rocking chair. Anywhere on these rockers is OK. Have a little rock. You are mobile even when sitting.

Rock On!

 

2. Are your shoulders up around your ears. Let go, do less. Have a thought ‘Let my neck be Free’ It might surprise you! Let me know!

 

3. Can you soften your hands. Soft light fingers. Be light! Lighter!

 

More soon!! x

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