You'd be forgiven for thinking Alexander Technique teachers are a little obsessed with the relationship between the head and the neck. F.M.Alexander considered it so important that he termed it the "Primary Control". And there is good reason for it when you consider the shear weight of the head on top of the spine, and the nature of the startle reflex; it's the first port of call when improving poise/posture.
If you have any questions about how the Alexander Technique could help you, please do get in touch, I'm happy to answer any queries you may have.
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