The Alexander Technique is a psychophysical practice that uses many tools including attention, observation and an understanding of how the human organism works in action.
We will be offering an introduction to the A.T. in 10 sessions during 5 weeks, for small groups of beginners. Due to COVID-19 this may not be until the spring, but contact us to learn more or to let us know if you are interested.
Intensives, Workshops and Introductory Sessions for Everyone
Although the three-year teacher training program is the school’s main focus, we are happy to create A.T. introductory workshops to suit your needs. It is a dynamic way to discover what it has to offer. Here is a sample workshop:
- An Exploration of the Mind-Body Connection in Action: Understanding the dynamics of postural reflex for conscious living.
Interested? Get a group together and contact us.
See our past events.
Contact the director, brigitte Caron to find out more.
- Call 438-409-3243
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you choose to email her to find out more about the Teacher Training Program for certification, please tell her a little about yourself. For example, let her know whether you are currently taking Alexander Technique lessons and why you are interested in this program.
In a nutshell, the Alexander Technique is an art in living.
It addresses physical discomfort, strain, pain and injuries;
improves your stamina for paying attention, being present and so, your power of observation;
alleviates nervous and chronic tension in the preparation and performances of all kinds;
enhances every aspect of life.
There is no one who would not benefit from a course of lessons.
Alexander did not give people who came to him a kind of medical treatment, but rather what he gave them was a re-education through a process developing their awareness about their behaviour.
Introduction in Constructive Conscious Control of the Individual, by F.M. Alexander, 1986.
It gives the opportunity to be physically fit without being athletic.
The school is approved by
Alexander Technique Canada
ATC/CANSTAT (Canadian Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique)
Horizons (detail). Drawing : Roxanne Lafleur