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KOREA

KOREA

My kids are Korean. When they were babies, I stared into their eyes and gazed at their faces as they stared into my eyes and gazed at my face. So, I feel I look like them, and they feel they look like me. When I first landed in Korea to teach, some 20 years ago, I...

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Life Line

Life Line

A philosophy professor at Hampshire College studied with me each year for several years. That was 35 years ago. Annually, I was invited to Hamphire College to teach the Alexander Technique for the Five College Dance Department. One day after class, she came up to me...

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Rushing Waters

Rushing Waters

It seems logical to assume that time moves from the past into the present and then forward into the future. But what if it is not time but we who move from the past to the present and then into the future. Perhaps time itself does not move in the same way we do. I see...

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What Grace of Sense is Really About

What Grace of Sense is Really About

When Covid struck, I decided to travel inwards. I wrote two books, as yet unpublished. One is entitled, In Good Company - The End of Living Alone, the other, Robes of the Desert - What It Means to Live a Non-Egocentric Life. Not knowing if anyone would resonate with...

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About Bruce Fertman

About Bruce Fertman

In Bruce’s class you feel as if you are sitting by a deep, soft lake. His pace and patience, his quiet confidence allows people to unfold and open layer by layer. The superfluous falls away leaving only life’s inner vitality effortlessly expressing itself through you....

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Questions? I am Always Here!

Questions? I am Always Here!

I am always here. As a teacher, it helps me very much to learn something about you, about your life, your aspirations, your issues, your longings, what you really want to learn, what you really want to change. I do my best to be available for my students. I encourage...

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Deep

Deep

Photo: B. Fertman There are two kinds of people. Foxes and Hedgehogs. Foxes dig lots of shallow holes, spreading out all over the place.Their coats are silky, shiny, and colorful. They’re debonair.They’re sly. They’re quick. They’re here, there, and everywhere....

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Flying in Formation

Flying in Formation

To My Dear Trainees, Faculty, Grads, and Post Grads, My childhood friend, Miles Orchinik, now a professor of neurophysiology once told me that, for animals, it appears fear has a real and positive function, whereas anxiety, something apparently unique to humans, does...

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Some of Us

Some of Us

Alexander’s work is like a multi-faceted diamond. Some of us become fascinated with the body, how it works, some of us specifically with how it moves, others with the natural grace and physical beauty inherent within our original design. Some of us feel that...

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