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ATI (Alexander Technique International, one of the two major Alexander Technique professional organizations) has instituted a competence-based certification process. (For more information about this, click here.) Our students will decide, in consultation with us, when they feel prepared to enter that process. Success there, rather than completion of a set curriculum or length of training, will qualify them as professional Alexander teachers.
Our classes will be designed to lead to that success. Our approach is firmly based in traditional Alexander teaching procedures, body-mapping, improvisational teaching, group teaching, and the evolving application of principles of energy work to practicing and teaching Alexander's discoveries.
Our students will:
- clearly understand and communicate both the historical basis and present thinking about the Alexander Technique;
- demonstrate good use themselves in their activities, their lives, and their teaching;
- be able to facilitate the primary control in their own students;
- identify obstacles students are facing;
- and, with a variety of approaches available to them, help their students overcome those obstacles.
Meet our faculty
Bill teaches classes at Holy Names Music Center in Spokane, WA, and maintains a vigorous private teaching practice as well. He is a teaching member of ATI and a former teaching member of AmSAT. He has taught the Alexander throughout the US and in Japan, Taiwan, Switzerland, and Hungary. He has taught in Alexander teacher training courses in Philadelphia, Kyoto, Nagoya, Tokyo, and Greensboro, NC. He is President of Alexander Workshops, LLC.
March 23, with guests Luc Vanier and Elizabeth Robinson
There will be sessions for a new cohort Friday evenings and Saturday mornings, and sessions all day Saturday for those who have been with us before. The two groups will share the the Saturday morning sessions.