The objective of this course is to encourage the students’ personal development and to accompany them in a supportive manner during this period of transformation. During the study of the Alexander Technique, students will gain the necessary knowledge and competences to be able to explain and define what the principles and founding concepts of the Alexander Technique in different settings, for example, how to structure individual tuition, group work, introductory events and lectures.
The teaching comprises 80% practical sessions in the form of intensive 1-to-1 tuition, games and teaching in small groups.
The classical approaches as described by Alexander in his core texts remain the basis for instruction during the course:
- Man's Supreme Inheritance, 1910
- Constructive Conscious Control of the individual, 1923
- The Use of the Self, 1932
- The Universal Constant in Living, 1940
On course completion, the students will be in the position to impart both the theory and practice as future teachers of the Alexander Technique.