This wonderful photo of women drumming is a lovely illustration of what 'good use' looks like. They are standing in what Alexander Teachers would describe as the shallowest of 'monkeys', i.e. hips and knees slightly flexed, and the head releasing up away from the hips. The drummer on the right, in particular, is a gorgeous example of free, easy and light movement. My thanks to fellow AT teacher Catharine Gunningham, who spotted this image on an Al Jazeera poster at St Pancras station.