Juggling balls and juggling scarves have been used as a teaching aid, both in training courses, workshops and lessons by some teachers, since the late 1970s.
Not reacting to letting a ball drop is for example an exercise in the use of inhibition. Paying attention to the throwing, not the catching, is an example of paying attention to the means-whereby, not the end.
Michael Gelb relates how he used the Alexander Technique to learn to juggle in his Body Learning.
Gelb went on to writing about juggling, and using juggling as a practical skill, as self-development and as...