Constructive Rest

Constructive Rest is a simple, yet powerful, practice that is commonly used by teachers of the Alexander Technique to help their students let go of unwanted tensions and improve their spinal alignment and posture. To gain the benefits it is not necessary to have experience with the Technique – indeed most people find it very helpful indeed, especially when done regularly.

Constructive Rest

Alexander Technique teacher Imogen Ragone demonstrates the Constructive Rest position.

You can find out everything you need to know about Constructive Rest at www.imogenragone.com/self-help/constructive-rest. You can also sign up for the “30-Day Constructive Rest Challenge” in which you’ll get a daily email reminder, along with resources and inspiration, from Imogen Ragone, an Alexander Technique teacher in Wilmington, DE.

Imogen also provides this free audio guide you can listen while you lie down in Constructive Rest:

 

I hope you will give it a try.

 

 

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