COMPANION

Skiing

Articles

  • ‘Skiing and the Alexander Technique’ by Maggie Lamb relates of her experience of how the Alexander Technique transformed her skiing.[1]
  • ‘The art of Alpine skiing and the Alexander Technique’ by Erik Bendix; having skied for 44 years the author stresses the importance of the head-neck-back relationship as balance is fundamental to skiing.[2]
  • ‘The Alexander Technique and skiing’ by Liz Dodgson, Laura Manning, Korina Biggs recounts some experiences of a number of people of applying the Technique to skiing.[3]
  • ‘From the teaching studio to the ski slope’ by Erik Bendix and Johann Schmuck describes an indoor (without snow) step-by-step process which prepares a person for skiing.[4]
  • ‘The sport and art of alpine skiing’ by Erik Bendix is on the Alexander Technique applied to skiing, and on the art of skiing.[5]
References

[1] ‘Skiing and the Alexander Technique’ by Maggie Lamb in The Alexander Journal no. 20 edited by Francesca Greenoak (STAT, 2003), pp. 20–21.
[2] ‘The art of Alpine skiing and the Alexander Technique’ by Erik Bendix in AmSAT News issue no. 71 (Summer 2006), pp. 19–21.
[3] ‘The Alexander Technique and skiing’ by Liz Dodgson, Laura Manning, Korina Biggs in STATNews vol. 6, no. 18 edited by Ann James (STAT, February 2006), pp. 22–24.
[4] ‘From the teaching studio to the ski slope’ by Erik Bendix and Johann Schmuck in The Congress Papers 2011, Learning from Each Other edited by Siriol Jones, (STAT Books, 2012), pp. 159–62.
[5] ‘The sport and art of alpine skiing’ by Erik Bendix in Connected Perspectives edited by Claire Rennie, Tanya Shoop, Kamal Thapen (HITE, 2015), pp. 219–25.
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