An accessible read, especially for those new to The Alexander Technique. Enjoyable narrative that informs while simultaneously delights.
An encounter with Peggy Williams, a first-generation teacher of the Alexander Technique
Peggy Williams’ path to discovering her own truth and beauty through her lifelong study of the Alexander Technique inspires. This compelling book is a testament to faith and patience coming into fruition.
Peggy's personal foundational experience with F.M. Alexander and how she further develops her skills and style as a master Alexander Technique teacher give new perspective on his legacy.
A page-turner. "Unsmudged" is a story within a story. The reader is brought along with Nanette Walsh as the beautiful evolving relationship between herself and her mentor also becomes one of deep friendship.
This is an inspirational book not simply because of Gary's extraordinary cancer journey, but by the way in which he uses his situation as another opportunity to learn to live in the "present" incorporating Alexander Technique principles such as choice and embracing the unknown. One need not be going through cancer &/or have a loved one with cancer to enjoy it.