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an wholistic approach

The Technique looks at use. Use can not be compartmentalised because every act is an act of the whole person.

What one does when one is not running will have an effect on running. Running is done with feet and legs but what one does with one’s head effects how the legs move.

Use involves habits (of mind and body), perhaps those of a lifetime and what is commonly called posture.

“Instead of feeling one’s body to be an aggregation of ill- fitting parts full of friction and dead weights pulling this way and that, so as to render mere existence in itself exhausting, the body becomes a coordinated and living whole, composed of well-fitting and truly articulated parts”

Sir Stafford Cripps, Former Chancellor of the Exchequer


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