This Workshop-Medium has already taken place.
The other end of the story
Observing mammals like us, cats or horses for example, we do see a distinct and lively use of their “other ends” – their tails – which very precisely express the state of their whole beings.
Following the idea of looking both ways, up to the head and down to the tail, we realize, that there are relatively unexplored forces counterbalancing our strong ideas around a free neck and a head moving forward and up.
What if we discovered a more tail-ored use?
Let the sacrum be free
To let the tail go backward and down
To let the neck lengthen and widen ?
About Margarete Tüshaus
intensely teaches the Alexander-Technique since about 25 years frequently in the context of dance, music and horseback riding.
Her wide-ranged background includes a master degree in agricultural biology as well as trainings in dance, zen meditation and music.
Margaretes work is influenced by classical and contemporary teachers, she keeps on bridging many styles, perspectives and all sorts of human niches.
Her special interest these days is the redirecting of humankind towards the needs and the principles in nature. Joyfully and regularly she enters the animal kingdom on her farm, where she lives with about 50 horses, conducting a seminar centre, giving workshops, postgraduates and teacher-trainings.
She contributes as a senior teacher to the Alexander Alliance International.
Most recently she started to codirect the Alexander Alliance Europe as part of a very gifted and powerful Team.
Friday, 26 August 2022
10:30 h - 11:45 h (10.30am-11.45am)
Floor: 8.OG (8th floor)
Room: MA 841
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