Workshop at Alexander Technique International Congress 2011

continuous learning sessions

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Continuous Learning (CL) sessions are given by very experienced Alexander Technique teachers from all over the world, and will take place in the University classrooms. You will be able to work with up to 3 CL presenters of your choice during the 6 days.

Places will be limited according to room size and the nature of the workshop and normally up to 25 people will be able to participate in each CL session.

how to book continuous learning sessions

The deadline for booking your CL choices ahead of the Congress has now passed. You can check your choices before the event and save on queueing time - please see notes below.

Each session below is divided into 2 parts, 2 hours each on 2 consecutive days, 9am - 11am. All CL sessions will be repeated 3 times: Mon + Tue  |  Wed + Thu  |  Fri + Sat.

To view detailed information about the Continuous Learning workshops click on the presentation titles or the 'view details' links below.

Trisha Hemingway, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

facing the unknown with joy

with trisha hemingway
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: A1-052, Main Building (level 1)

Anne Battye, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

the importance of linking the verbal messages with the use of the hands

with anne battye
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: HSG-031, Health Science Building (ground level)

Brita Forsstrom, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

day 1: thinking hands / day 2: thinking hands talking

with brita forsstrom
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: IW2-041, Irish World Academy Building (level 2)

Peter Grunwald, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

vision and the brain: an inquiry into use and function

with peter grunwald
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: Function Room, The Pavilion

Yehuda Kuperman, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

touching the untouchable

with yehuda kuperman
suitable for all  |  view details
(all sessions FULL)
venue: C1-059, Main Building (level 1)

Vivien Mackie, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

sabotage yourself no more

with vivien mackie
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: HSG-030, Health Science Building (ground level)

Mio Morales, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

teaching to learn

with mio morales
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: C1-060, Main Building (level 1)

John Nicholls, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

communicating traditional means in a modern way

with john nicholls
suitable for all  |  view details
(all sessions FULL)
venue: C1-061, Main Building (level 1)

Glen Park, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

'inhibition work' as a key to deeper integration of the self

with glen park
suitable for at teachers and advanced trainees  |  view details
(mon-tue session FULL)
venue: IW2-042, Irish World Academy Building (level 2)

Giora Pinkas, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

the end

with giora pinkas
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: C1-058, Main Building (level 1)

Peter Ribeaux, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

use, misuse and the primary control

with peter ribeaux
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: A1-054, Main Building (level 1)

Rosa Luisa Rossi, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

alexander technique in the world of work

with rosa luisa rossi
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: CG-058, Main Building (ground level)

Judith Stern, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

don't be afraid to work with people in pain..

with judith stern
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: HSG-008A, Health Science Building (ground level)

Wolfgang Weiser, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

how do you actually move?

with wolfgang weiser
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: IWA Theatre 2, Irish World Academy Building (ground level)

Jessica Wolf, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

the art of breathing

with jessica wolf
suitable for all  |  view details
(all sessions FULL)
venue: GEMS-028, Graduate Entry Medical School (ground level)

Missy Vineyard, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

skilled consciousness: directing and touch

with missy vineyard
suitable for at teachers  |  view details
(all sessions FULL)
venue: GEMS-029, Graduate Entry Medical School (ground level)

Ted Dimon, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

the moving body

with ted dimon
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: Jean Monnet Theatre, Main Building (ground level)

Tommy Thompson, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

touching without defining: moving toward a deeper understanding of professional touch

with tommy thompson
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: A1-055, Main Building (level 1)

Lucia Walker, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

curious about experience: moving, noticing, choosing

with lucia walker
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: IW2-025, Irish World Academy Building (level 2)

Refia Sacks, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

opposition in direction + being in touch with our hands

with refia sacks
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: CG-055, Main Building (ground level)

David Gorman, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

standing on top of the world

with david gorman
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: IW2-049 (Dance Studio), Irish World Academy Building (level 2)

Malcolm Balk, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015 Robin John Simmons, presenting at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

we are evolved to run

with malcolm balk and robin john simmons
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: Reception, Sports Arena

Meade Andrews, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015 Martha Fertman, presenting at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

lessons in the art of group teaching

with meade andrews and martha fertman
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: IW2-026 (Dance Studio), Irish World Academy Building (level 2)

Tessa Marwick, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015 Paul Versteeg, presenting at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

poise, intention, stillness and movement

with tessa marwick and paul versteeg
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: A1-053, Main Building (level 1)

Ruth Murray, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015 Alan Philps, presenting at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

giving it everything you've got

with ruth murray and alan philps
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: CG-059, Main Building (ground level)

Anne Johnson, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

introduction to the alexander technique: returning to your essential nature

with anne johnson
suitable for non-teachers or new graduates  |  view details
venue: CO-078, Main Building (level 0)

Shaike Hermelin, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

learning how to learn

with shaike hermelin
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: IW1-052, Irish World Academy Building (level 1)

Steven Shaw, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

what we can learn from the water

with steven shaw
suitable for all  |  view details
(weds - thur session FULL)
venue: Reception, Sports Arena

Dorothea Magonet, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

working on one self - widening the field

with dorothea magonet
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: C1-062, Main Building (level 1)

Caren Bayer, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

how spirals recalibrate the primary control

with caren bayer
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: IW2-040, Irish World Academy Building (level 2)

Anthony Kingsley, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

alexander essential or alexander peripheral? from anatomy to thought

with anthony kingsley
suitable for all  |  view details
venue: CG-053, Main Building (ground level)

how to choose your preferred continuous learning sessions

When you first register you can choose the three sessions you're interested in (or select 'Will Decide Later' if you're not yet sure). You will receive a confirmation email after you have completed the registration process. Please keep it and bring it with you to Congress registration.

If you have already registered and wish to make your CL choices, please note that the deadline for booking these ahead of the Congress has now passed (15th July). We regret we will be unable to process any such requests by email or phone. If you have not booked all your CL sessions, there will be an opportunity to do so when you register at the Congress on August 9th. Please go to the Information Desk and you will be able to choose from CL sessions with spaces left.

If you want to check your CL choices or remind yourself of them, here's how:

  1. Find and open your registration confirmation email. If you can't find it, search your mailbox for an email with subject line 'Registration Confirmation'.
  2. In the confirmation email, you'll see a link 'Check payment status, Review, change, or update your registration' - click it.
  3. Scroll down to see your CL choices.

We suggest you do this before the event, to avoid queueing at the information desk.

which sessions are now full?