Up With GravitySM is a simple, effective and time-tested method for using the gravitational force as nature intended – as a help, not a hindrance. The Up With GravitySM method is now freely available in writing for the first time.
Gravity is often considered a source of limitation and discomfort. Here you’ll learn how to use gravity to bring greater freedom and comfort into your life.
Start right now with Up With GravitySM Lesson 1:
- Lesson 1: Locating your Center of Gravity
- Lesson 2: Using your Center of Gravity while Moving
- Lesson 3: Using your Center of Gravity while Sitting
Listen to an audio interview about locating and directing your center of gravity:
- Lesson 4: Lifting and Moving your Center of Gravity
- Lesson 5: Lifting and Moving your Center of Gravity while Seated
- Lesson 6: Lifting your Center of Gravity vs. “Standing or Sitting Up Straight”
Listen to an audio interview about lifting and moving your center of gravity:
Listen to an audio interview about using Up withGravitySM while walking on a windy day:
The next set of lessons will be published next year. They will involve the use of “Negative Directions” and so I suggest you explore and experiment with the material on the Negative Directions page – which will be expanded over the coming weeks. I also suggest exploring the Constructive Rest and Accurate Body Knowledge pages on this site. All three of these processes will help you achieve a healthier relationship with gravity.
Here’s a preview of the next set of lessons:
Combining Up With GravitySM with Alexander Technique Negative Directions:
A series of 3 interviews about Alexander Technique Constructive Rest, Up With GravitySM and Alexander Technique Negative Directions:
Simplifying the combining of Up With GravitySM and Alexander Technique Negative Directions:
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