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The application of the principles laid down in writings of FM Alexander, anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and postural reflexes. The daily timetable is divided into four sessions: 1 'Mini' lesson to improve use; 2 Application work - exploring movement with the use of inhibition and direction to promote the Primary Control; 3 Hands on sessions, following "standard training" procedures with chair and table work; 4 A study of the following: Writings of Alexander, anatomy, postural reflexes.
68 Wantage Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG30 2SF, United Kingdom
STAT approved 3-yr training course in the FM Alexander Technique.
6 Ravenslea Rd, London, SW12 8SB, United Kingdom
A typical morning's work might include: individual hands-on work with the director or assistant teachers, learning practical and verbal teaching skills under supervision in small groups, reading and discussion of Alexander's books or other relevant literature, basic anatomy, physiology and neurology, application of Alexander Technique principles to everyday or more specialised activities ("directed activities"). Students in their final term may work under supervision with friends from outside the class.
Franzensgasse 5/47, 1050 Vienna, United Kingdom
3-year teacher training course. Also short courses for personal interest and private lessons. School address: Long Ashton Guide Headquarters, Long Ashton, Bristol BS18 9BJ.
3 Trees Community Centre, 56A Greystoke Avenue, Bristol, BS10 6AZ, United Kingdom
Alexander Technique teacher training.
Centre for the Alexander Technique, 46 Stevenage Road, London, SW6 6HA, United Kingdom
Prospective students should have had a sufficient number of lessons to show that they have grasped the basic principles and have an interest in continued learning. They should be able to show that they are in good health and have financial plans in place to see them through the three years. There will be an interview and lesson(s) with the Head of Training. People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. Preparatory classes are being held for those interested in training. Please contact us for details.
202 City Road, London, EC1V 2PH, United Kingdom
Students who have an ongoing interest in exploring the implications of Alexander's ideas on psychophysical unity. Visit the school for discussions with directors.
Fellside Centre, Low Fellside, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4NH, United Kingdom
3-year course with three 10-week terms pa.
Chelmsford Alexander Studio, Moulsham Mill, Parkway, Chelmsford, CM2 7PX, United Kingdom
3-year teacher training (voicework incd) and individual lessons in Alexander Technique.
137 Grosvenor Ave, London, N5 2NH
The key aims are to facilitate the trainee's own process of learning enquiry, develop trainees' understanding of core values and methods of Alexander's work, enabling them to teach the Alexander Technique (AT) in an effective, open-minded, ethical and self-directed manner.Daily class comprises applying AT to developing own use, study AT principles, directed activities and instruction in small groups to acquire teaching skills.
Royal Northern College of Music, 124 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9RD, United Kingdom
Curriculum: At least 80% of the training will be practical work, in keeping with the fundamentally practical nature of the Technique. The core curriculum is based on Alexander’s basic principles, and will therefore cover the essential concepts of inhibition and directions, the unity of mind and body, doing and non-doing, the force of habit and false sensory. Each day there will be time for reading Alexander’s writings or other relevant material.
16 Balderton Street, London, W1K 6TN, United Kingdom
3-yr teacher training programme; 4-day intensive for musicians. Individual lessons; voice and perf w/shops.
Unit 3, Hove Business Centre, Fouthill Rd, Hove, BN3 6HA
The course is very largely practical. Each student receives daily individual work from a variety of teachers. In the first four terms they receive a weekly individual lesson from one of the teachers and regular lessons from the Head of Training. Students have regular sessions on voice and saddle work in addition to working in small groups, directed activities and hands-on work with teachers and other students. Other core content includes the reading and study of Alexander’s books plus basic anatomy and talks on historic and current scientific research and thinking.
13 The Boulevard, Imperial Wharf, London, SW6 2UB, United Kingdom