Monthly Archives: June 2013

DAY 29 (Part 2) – Music on the streets

There’s something about street musicians that gets under my skin … in a good way. I can be walking on any street in any city in the world and the moment I hear the strains of live music I am … Continue reading

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DAY 29 – A New Day – A New City – An Old Friend

We learn about the world through pictures, movies, stories. We establish relationships with our favorite locations: New York City, the Grand Canyon, Stonehenge, the Great Wall of China … even though we have never been there. Then the day arrives … Continue reading

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DAY 28 – “good-bye” to Amsterdam – and the miraculous world of uncertainty …

I was asked in an interview yesterday “so this Round The World trip is how many days?” And I answered – One Hundred and Eleven. And I was immediately stuck by a couple of thoughts. One: if this is DAY … Continue reading

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DAY 27 – The final day of teaching in Amsterdam

There is always a bit of sadness, and relief, on the final day of teaching any workshop. And it’s more than the fact that this is perhaps the last time I will be working with this particular group of actors … Continue reading

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DAY 25 – June 5 – a visit from LA friends

It was Monday, June 3rd, and I was giving an 8-hour lecture demonstration on the Travis Technique. And this wasn’t just another presentation (I have done this hundreds of times) but this was for a very special audience – the … Continue reading

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DAY 22 – A Day of Transition

Morning in Hanau, Germany … afternoon in Amsterdam. This is one of those days where you wake up in one city and know you’re going to end the day in another city … in another country. A day of transitions … Continue reading

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