Limited availability :
“Why we have to crawl…
On Human Development; motor and communicative skills – aberrations and inter-connections”
A thesis written for the Audiologopedic study at the University of Copenhagen. A natural follow-on from “On the Development of Habit..” and looking more at the early reflexes and esp. the stress-reflexes (the Moro and the Fear Paralysis Reflex).
First written in 1995. Has been out of print for several years now, but is currently available electronically in a version without illustrations. However, we are working on being able to include the illustrations again and thus making it available as an E-book.
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“An interdisciplinary approach to the Alexander Technique”
A Talk given at the 5th International Congress for the F.M. Alexander Technique in Jerusalem in 1996. – Pamphlet with illustrations.
This presentation evolves around the Temporal Bone and seeing it as an important fulcrum for working with the Alexander Technique. As this bone has a function as a connecting-mechanism of several body-systems, it may be necessary or at least feasible to look at it from an interdisciplinary angle. – This talk does just that… -- and we are working on making it available electronically.
The lecture was published in an edited version in Cranio, the Journal of the Cranio Group and the Society for the Study of Craniomandibular Disorders, Vol. 18, No. 2, Summer 2009.
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