Voice for Teachers
Sep
22
12:00 PM12:00

Voice for Teachers

Improve your vocal quality, speaking abilities, and stamina while you teach through understanding and embodying healthy vocal production. Discover how to work with your own habits and develop a strategy for how to effectively use your voice in the classroom. You will practice speaking one-on-one and projecting to a group and develop a strategy for recuperation at the end of the day. This workshop is helpful for speakers and singers.

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ATsinging Fall NYC Intensive: Full Body Singing
Oct
4
to Oct 6

ATsinging Fall NYC Intensive: Full Body Singing

The Full Body Singing workshop is designed for singers 18+ as an intensive introduction of the Alexander Technique to your singing process.

As singers we enter the practice room every day with an idea of how to improve our technique. Countless hours are spent "releasing our head, neck, tongue, lips and jaw", "inhaling with ease", "grounding our body", "finding the mask", and on and on. In order to make change, we are often charged with the task of undoing long held habits.

The Alexander Technique is one of the most effective methods for releasing long held habits that no longer serve you. Learn how to apply it directly to your singing process so that you can realize your full potential as a singer and artist.

Application Deadline: September 1st
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Hypermobility Postgraduate Course for AT Teachers - Weekend 1 of 2
Oct
11
to Oct 13

Hypermobility Postgraduate Course for AT Teachers - Weekend 1 of 2

This two-weekend workshop course is designed for Alexander Technique teachers who recognize the need for more awareness of and adaptation to hypermobility in their practices. Participants are introduced to information about Ehlers Danlos Syndromes and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders, guided in exploration of AT principles as they apply to all bodies, and educated on adaptive protocol for working with hypermobile students. This upcoming course will be the third that Ann Rodiger, Carol Boggs, and Laura Tuthall have led.

First weekend: October 11th - 13th, 2019

Second Weekend: February 7th - 9th, 2020

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Freedom to Move 2019
Nov
1
to Nov 3

Freedom to Move 2019

Take the Alexander Technique into action with the Freedom to Move 2019 conference. Movement comes in many forms and each presenter will offer their unique insights and interests into how the Alexander Technique and movement connect. The Alexander Technique is fundamental to both a dancer’s development, artistry and longevity in their career. In this conference, faculty will give dancers and performing artists ideas and experiences that allow them to continue development and work with themselves, move towards achieving their goals, an understanding around injury prevention and self-care, and promote a greater sense of the whole.

No previous dance or movement necessary. Everyone is welcome!

For more information visit freedomtomovebac.com.

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Hypermobility Postgraduate Course for AT Teachers - Weekend 2 of 2
Feb
7
to Feb 9

Hypermobility Postgraduate Course for AT Teachers - Weekend 2 of 2

This two-weekend workshop course is designed for Alexander Technique teachers who recognize the need for more awareness of and adaptation to hypermobility in their practices. Participants are introduced to information about Ehlers Danlos Syndromes and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders, guided in exploration of AT principles as they apply to all bodies, and educated on adaptive protocol for working with hypermobile students. This upcoming course will be the third that Ann Rodiger, Carol Boggs, and Laura Tuthall have led.

First weekend: October 11th - 13th, 2019

Second Weekend: February 7th - 9th, 2020

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