Up With GravitySM – Life Just Got Easier

Lao quote for up with gravityUp 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:

Listen to an audio interview about locating and directing your center of gravity:


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:


Additional lessons and supplementary material will be published later this year.  Be sure to click on the Subscribe button to the right to get the latest blogs as they are published.

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With thanks to Theta Michele Drivon for the phrase “Life Just Got Easier.”