Skip to Navigation | Skip to Content | Skip to Page Information

October 28 - November 1, 2012

ATI Vision

Alexander Technique International is a worldwide organization of teachers, students, and friends of the Alexander Technique, created to promote and advance the work begun by F. Matthias Alexander. ATI embraces the diversity of the international Alexander Technique community and is working to promote international dialogue.


ATI Mission

To create and sustain open means of global communication for people to discuss, apply, research, and experiment with the discoveries of F.M. Alexander.

To encourage the use of the F.M. Alexander Technique in both human and environmental relationships.

To embody the principles of the F.M. Alexander Technique in ATI’s structure and means of operation.

To provide a means for recognizing Alexander Technique Teacher competence and providing certification for those teachers who qualify.


Planning a holiday in Germany before or after the conference? Here's a list of AT-Teachers who can help you plan your trip!

The Board of ATI is looking for three Trainee members to serve as AGM Assistants for the AGM in Papenburg, Germany.

The AGM Assistants will need to be available October 27 – November 1 to help with:

  • Registration;
  • Setting up rooms for meetings and workshops;
  • Cleaning up after meetings and workshops;
  • Helping take notes at each membership council meeting (this assistant will need to have a good command of the English language);
  • Anything else we need help to do.

In exchange for your help, we will waive the AGM conference fee-you will not have to pay it. We would like at least one trainee from the local area, if possible. We are interested in people who have never come to an AGM, and also people who have some AGM experience, and trainees who need the financial assistance to be able to attend an AGM.

If you are interested in being an AGM Assistant, please email Board member Irene Schlump. Give us your name, the training program you attend, the name of your primary trainer, a brief letter of recommendation from your trainer and contact information. If you believe you have qualities or skills that make you an excellent choice for an AGM assistant, please tell us.

Please note: we encourage all trainees who are interested to apply. Except where noted, you do not need English as a first language to be considered.