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Cathy has finally landed back in the Intermountain West, returning to the Tetons after 30 years!

Back to the land of snow, moose, elk, grizzly, and deer!

Serving  Jackson, Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Missoula, Bozeman, Logan, Ogden, Salt Lake City and all points in between, Cathy is available to teach The Alexander Technique to the performing arts communities, athletes, healthcare workers, kids, retirees and more.

If you have tension-related stress or pain, chronic musculoskeletal issues, or just want to learn how to have better posture and body knowledge, The Embodied Way lessons can help you!

Call Cathy to find out more: (801)-230-7661


May 18, 2015

Tip ‘O The Day

It has occurred to me on more than one occasion that the ottoman I use for a computer chair is harmful to my sitting. By that I mean that it is not supportive. Too cushy, too low, and just not meant to be a desk chair. Then, why continue to use it? Part of me thinks, “Oh, I’ll only be here at the computer for a minute”. Another part thinks, “I don’t feel like moving it and getting another chair”. In the meantime, I feel tension building in my neck and back. I’m fidgeting to find comfort. I’m stubbornly lazy about rectifying this situation. And I’m an Alexander Technique Teacher!¬† So, why don’t I change it? I will, right this moment . (I’ll be right back). Well, that didn’t take long. Ahhhh, firm support under my bottom. I feel the floor under my feet. the monitor seems a bit low. My typing feels different-more alert and precise. It’s all really different sitting on this wooden chair. Better!

Now, I challenge you to investigate your daily activities and the furniture that is part of it!

Comments and finding are welcomed!

Change is easy once you recognize you need it.

Have a great and comfortable day!