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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 felt right at home. I felt like everyone looked like me. I still feel that way.

Sooyeon Kim – Co-director of the Alexander Technique International School of Korea

Here is a video of me working with gifted Korean kids.

And here is a way to learn about our Alliance school in Korea.

Alexander Technique International School of Korea


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  1. This is beautiful Bruce – thanks for posting this video. I see the impact of our developmental movement on our sense of security and openness.

    January 6, 2016
  2. Myra #

    Exquisite..deep bows in appreciation for sharing.

    January 6, 2016

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