Workshops

Workshops are up! Thank you to everyone who sent in workshop proposals! We have over 90 amazing workshops!

This year we are excited to be offering 4-days of workshops presented by Alexander Technique teachers from around the world. You do not need to sign-up for workshops, but most will be limited to 20 participants.

*For now, we are closing the workshop application. Clarification: You must be a graduate of a AT teacher trainee program to submit a workshop. At this time we are not taking 3rd year student applications. If you sent in a workshop but don’t see it up, please email us at admin@atcongress.com. We will be happy to look into it!

Workshops are listed by the various categories. We will be posting days of the workshops over the next couple of months.

** Please note not All workshops have been listed yet! Thank you for your patience!

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  • Julia Caulder & Frances Marsden

    Inhibition & Dart – a hands-on workshop

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  • Vivien Schapera

    Hands on the Back of the Chair : A Deconstruction ...

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  • Helen Thurloe

    Office ergonomics and the Alexander Technique

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  • Robin Gilmore

    We Are Upright Quadrupeds

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  • Minnes Brandes Gabriella

    Music making: communication and creativity

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  • Sofia Spindler

    Research on the Alexander Technique: body educatio...

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  • Nancy Wanich Romita

    Investigating Five Body Systems Affecting Balance:...

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  • Betsy Polatin

    The Actor’s Secret and The Polyvagal Theory in P...

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  • Rebecca Nettl-Fiol and Alex Tecza

    From Rolling to Ballroom Dance: Dart’s Double Sp...

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  • Bob Lada

    Teaching the Alexander Technique from “YES”

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  • Various Presenters

    Diffability not Disability: Transforming Autism, P...

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  • Carol Boggs, Ed Bouchard, Ann Rodiger

    Alexander Technique Teacher Competency Assessment ...

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  • Agnès de Brunhoff

    Fabulous backstage mysteries of body and mind: Blo...

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  • Sarah Barker

    The Best of both worlds: Online and in Person

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  • Robyn Avalon

    Your an Alien Bug!… and other group names

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  • Claire Happel Ashe

    Reaching, Grabbing, and Letting Go: Applying the D...

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  • Galit Zeif

    Teaching with Ease: The Use of the Teacher

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  • Ariel Weiss

    Creating Dynamic Learning Communities for Performi...

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  • Maret Mursa Tormis

    ‘Tail-Navel” – “Ready-steady-go”

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  • Alun R Thomas

    The Physicality of String Playing: Mechanical Adva...

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  • Elyse Shafarman

    Righty? Lefty? Asymmetry, Evolution and New Direct...

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  • Julie Rothschild and Jennifer Kelly

    Bridging the Gap between the modern fitness indust...

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  • Various Presenters

    The Alexander Technique in Academia:  Building C...

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  • Daria T. Okugawa

    Title: Using Flippering Arms To Unlock A Path to M...

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  • Kristin Mozeiko

    Teaching the Alexander Technique to Musicians in G...

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  • Clare Maxwell

    The Central Nervous System: Anatomy is Direction

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  • Robert Loiselle

    The Alexandrian Theatrical Pianist

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  • Soile Lahdenperä

    From stillness to moving, with inhibition in actio...

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  • Meagan Johnson

    Working with Choirs and Conductors

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  • Holly Sweeney-Hillman

    The Story of ZENTONICS®

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  • Marjorie Hodge

    Just a ‘Thought’?

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  • María Alba Furriol

    Evolution in the Alexander Technique: Integration ...

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  • Paolo Frigoli

    The Sensitive Touch

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  • Lisa First

    Movement Improvisation and the Alexander Technique...

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  • Nada Diachenko

    Tips for Hips: Facilitating Hip Joint Freedom

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  • Diana Devitt-Dawson

    “Between Stimulus and Response there is a Space&...

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  • Ulysses Chuang

    The Art of Pushing Hands

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  • Ellen Bierhorst and Maria Vahervuo

    A.T. Story Project: ‘Watch out for Thunderbolts!...

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  • Evangeline Benedetti

    Melding the Alexander Technique into Instrumental ...

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  • Robert Bedford

    Returning to Natural Coordination at the Piano

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  • Kathryn Armour

    Hard-Wired for Sound: Physical Balance and the Aco...

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  • Ron Dennis

    The Myth and Reality of Primary Control: Toward Co...

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  • Susan T. Winters

    Let’s Put on a Show: A Musical Tribute to the Al...

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  • Eleni Vosniadou

    How to Build a Successful Practice from Scratch

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  • Luc Vanier

    Whole-self breathing: Matching intention and actio...

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  • Stephan van Dijk

    Our Tripod Balancing Mechanism

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  • Crissman Taylor

    Alexander at the Heart of Music

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  • Allyna Steinberg & Bidyut Bose

    Dynamic Mindfulness and Applications to Teaching t...

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  • Mara Sokolsky

    The Wisdom of Jean Clark

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  • Renee Schneider

    Constructive Inhibition and Somatic Containment as...

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  • Lori Schiff and John Henes

    Working With Musicians

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  • Neil Schapera

    Inhibition of “Mental Drama”

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  • Morgan Rysdon

    Working With People Living With Parkinson’s Dise...

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  • Gilles Rullmann

    Violinist in Balance : An active exploration of me...

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  • Jennifer Roig-Francolí

    Beyond Physical Touch: The Subtle Secret to Teachi...

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  • Frances Robertson and Kathryn Miranda

    Integrating the Senses

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  • Robert Rickover

    Making the Most of Your Online Presence

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  • Phyllis G. Richmond

    Alexander Technique and Taijiquan: Stability, Mobi...

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  • Elizabeth Reese

    Horses and Humans: An Animal Model for Understandi...

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  • Imogen Ragone

    Empowering Your Students to Think for Themselves

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  • Rachelle Palnick Tsachor, Dr. Tal Shafi

    Connecting Motion and Emotion: Implications for A...

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  • David Nesmith

    Sleep Constellations™ and The Eight Intentions o...

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  • David M Mills, PhD

    Movement is Embodied Thought

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  • Belinda Mello

    From Individual to Group: Broadening your Teaching...

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  • John Baron and George Lister

    The Bay Area Alexander Technique

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  • Amy Likar

    Musical Intention and Whole Body Organization

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  • Aik Hooi Lee

    Expand Your Practice and Increase Student Retentio...

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  • Anita King

    Departures, Arrivals, and Points of Interest Along...

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  • Ruth Kilroy

    The Many Facets of Direction

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  • Catherine Kettrick

    Did Alexander Teach the Alexander Technique?

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  • Ian Jorgensen

    Exploring the Potential of Touch

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  • Meg Jolley

    The Moving Mind: Senses and Direction

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  • Elizabeth Johnson

    Spira mirabilis! Releasing the limbs through congr...

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  • Anne Johnson

    Time and Choice: The Underpinnings of Inhibition

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  • Jameson James

    East meets West Alexander and Acupuncture

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  • Lena Hart

    Actor Speak with the Alexander Technique

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  • Sydney Laurel Harris and Kathryn Miranda

    Explore, Play, Learn: Play and the Principles

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  • Monika Gross

    AT Research 101: You can be a researcher!

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  • Joan Gavaler

    Awareness, Stillness, and New Directions

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  • Diane Gaary

    Your Beautiful Speaking Voice: The Means Whereby

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  • RJ Fleck

    Coordinating Alexander Technique with the Historic...

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  • Simon Fitzgibbon

    Hands On Basics

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  • Janet Madelle Feindel

    Expanding Up and Out- “Be a fabulous, flexible, ...

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  • Suzanne Faulkner

    Arcing the Space-Time Continuum of the Self

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  • Laura Donnelly

    Dancing with Ease

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  • Andreas Dirscherl

    Let’s look at the skeleton – and discover dire...

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  • Claire Happel Ashe

    Reaching, Grabbing, and Letting Go: Applying the D...

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  • Philippe Bouskéla

    Don’t lift… just transfer your mind and ex...

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  • Kerin Black

    Yoga in the Context of the Alexander Technique

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  • Dr Anikó Ball

    Translating the Alexander Technique for Health Pro...

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  • Paul Aoki

    Aoki’s Advantageous Intention – Answer...

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  • Meade Andrews

    We are Designed for Movement: Warming up, moving t...

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