The oldest talks are at the top, the newest are at the bottom...
Emily Bancroft talk on Scoliosis (plus discussion and resources) 2/7/20, is at the bottom of this page.
Gary Adelman, Tennis and the AT Part 1, 17/9/20, https://youtu.be/PIRqzpuHVBU
Alex Murray, a talk and some games, 24/9/20, https://youtu.be/wo596JVS8vE & notes. Alex's Dart/anatomy website mentioned in his talk is here and his book "Alexander's Way", a comprehensive history of the AT, is here.
Gary Adelman 14/1/21 Tennis and the AT Part 2, 14/1/21, https://youtu.be/MtofEiFYgVU
Dorothea Magonet 21/1/21 Practical Work. Part 1, Game https://youtu.be/ymwU-_SnMJs &
Part 2, Discussion https://youtu.be/WGPgx1AYyqI
Alex Murray The history and practise of the AT, 11/2/21, https://youtu.be/4aezgvWkiWs
John Nicholls A talk with some discussion and Q & A, 11/3/21, https://youtu.be/4aaNgVZSHZE
"Reliable Sensory Appreciation: To Feel, or not to Feel?" Brief description: "Don't try to feel" has been such an Alexander truism, even cliché, that it's easy to forget that FM Alexander also referred to his Technique as "kinaesthetic re-education". When is it OK to feel?
Julia Woodman An overview of the clinical research that has been done on the Alexander Technique and the significance of this for teachers. A talk with group discussion and feedback.
Karen McCarthy An Introduction to 'Reflective Practice', a vital skill for continuous learning that is the goal of all good teaching and is of great relevance to AT teaching and learning. Here Karen presents an exploration of RP to help start, or support the further development of, both teachers and trainees on the path of using this remarkable tool to enhance our work.
Dorothea Magonet Practical Work and Some Anatomy. Following on from her class earlier this term, in the first part of this class Dorothea works with us practically, with some extra focus on the ankles. From time stamp 1.00.37 onwards, there is a tutorial on anatomy.
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The address of the new website is: https://www.manchesteralexandertraining.com
The address of the page in the Members' section is: https://www.manchesteralexandertraining.com/members-video
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