#96 The Sensuality Of Breathing And Rest — Felipe Bojórquez Espinosa


🔥 Trying To Be Under Control Ruined Sensuality?

Instead of grasping for the end goal, shift your focus to sensations for pleasure to unfold naturally. Learn more here in episode 96 with Musician and Alexander Technique Teacher Felipe Bojórquez Espinosa.

In this compelling episode of the Sensual Sessions podcast, Candia Raquel welcomes Felipe Bojórquez, an Alexander Technique teacher and musician, to explore the fusion of music, somatic practices, and sensuality. Bojórquez shares his journey from studying music and Chinese medicine to embracing the Alexander Technique after a transformative flute lesson. His story illuminates the profound connection between body awareness, breathing, and artistic expression, offering insights into the natural, organic process of breathing and its impact on performance and presence.

The conversation delves into the challenges and realizations around breathing, control, and the pursuit of perfection in music and life. Bojórquez discusses how the Alexander Technique's principle of 'end gaining' and focusing on the present moment enhances not only musical performance but also the sensual experience of life. Through personal anecdotes and professional experiences, he emphasizes the importance of letting go of control to achieve a deeper connection with one's senses and the environment.

To conclude, Bojórquez offers practical exercises for listeners to cultivate presence and a sensual connection with everyday experiences. Highlighting the role of sensation and attention in transforming one's approach to breathing, music, and intimacy, he advocates for a mindful, sensory-rich lifestyle. The episode encourages embracing the beauty of imperfection and the human element in all forms of expression, inviting a reevaluation of traditional goals and methods in favor of a more authentic, present, and pleasurable way of living.


🔥 About Felipe Bojórquez Espinosa

Felipe Bojórquez Espinosa was born in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. He began his musical studies by taking piano, harmony, and ear training lessons with his cousin, pianist Turcios Ruiz. He continued his undergraduate studies at the National School of Music of UNAM and at the Faculty of Music of the Universidad Veracruzana, where he graduated with a degree in music specializing in the flute. He trained as an Alexander Technique teacher at the Alexander Technique School in Buenos Aires, certifying as a teacher with the Society of Teachers Of the Alexander Technique in England. Currently, he is an active member of the Alexander Technique Teachers' Associations of Mexico (APTAM) and Argentina (AATA). Since 2012, he has dedicated his work to researching and applying the Alexander Technique and reeducating body maps within daily musical practice. He has taught classes, given lectures, and conducted workshops on his method in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Panama, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, the United States, and Colombia. He has written articles for "Performativa," the magazine of the Argentine Association of Musical Performance, and was responsible for writing the chapters on posture and rest in the flute initiation methods of the National System of Children's and Youth Orchestras of Argentina. He is the creator of the "Conscious Musical Practice" method, focused on developing a healthy daily musical practice. His work specializes in anxiety control and injury prevention. Currently, he is a member of the teaching team of the Argentine Association of Musical Performance and serves on the board of the Mexican Network of Healthy Conservatories.

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