ATCA Board

Alexander Technique Congress Association

Alexander Technique Congress Association (ATCA)

 Aim and purpose

The purpose of the Association is to create a platform for the enhancement, promotion, further development and deeper understanding of the F.M. Alexander Technique.

To achieve this goal, the Association organizes international congresses by way of appointing and contracting with independent Congress Directors who have independent financial control. At the same time, it also fosters links and creates possibilities for new contacts between teachers of the Alexander Technique and the general public.

ATCA also protects assets such as trademarks, website domain names and contents, and other intellectual property associated with running International Congresses.

ATCA is a Voluntary Association (“Verein” within the meaning of Art. 60 ff Swiss Civil Code) registered in Geneva, Switzerland. ATCA has its registered office c/o Rosa Luisa Rossi, Im Theodorshof 13, CH – 4310 Rheinfelden. The Association is a non-profit organization.


Michael D. Frederick, Rosa Luisa Rossi, Robert Britton, Richard Brennan, Jamie McDowell, Jean M.O. Fischer, Lucia Walker, Lolita Brinkley,  Kevan Martin

Executive Board Members:

Founder/Creative Director: Michael D. Frederick, President: Rosa Luisa Rossi, Vice-President Secretary: Robert Britton, Treasurer: Jean M.O. Fischer

Contact: Rosa Luisa Rossi