ATI Residential Workshop
July 22-27, 2019
Viterbo University Fine Arts Center – La Crosse, WI
Humans are designed for movement and expression. The Alexander Technique (AT) is a systematic study of the principles that govern human movement. These principles guide us to a kinesthetic experience of wholeness and lightness-thinking becomes clearer, feelings balanced, sensations livelier, and movement more pleasurable. Through this integrated, more conscious condition, we find our actions strengthened and refined.
The Alexander Technique Residential Workshop at Viterbo University is an excellent way to study the technique at whatever level you are. No previous Alexander experience is necessary. New students can begin to build a foundation in AT principles. People who have studied before will find support to clarify and deepen their work. Current Alexander teachers and teacher trainees can work with master teachers in a community setting.
If you have questions about Viterbo’s Alexander Technique Workshop, contact Diane Foust at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the informational handout to learn more about the workshop. AT 2019 Informational handout.pdf
Registration deadline is Monday, June 24, 2019.