October 23 - 27, 2016
Alexander Technique International is a world-wide professional organization created to promote and advance the work begun by F. Matthias Alexander. Its members include teachers, students, and friends of the Alexander Technique. ATI embraces the diversity of the international Alexander Technique community and is working to promote international dialogue.
To create and sustain open means of global communication for people to discuss, apply, research, and experiment with the discoveries of F. Matthias 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.
Call for Proposals
ATI 2017 Conference—Seattle
Main Conference: 4pm Oct 29, 2017 to after lunch on Nov 2, 2017
Post-day: after lunch on Nov 2 to after lunch on Nov 3
FORGING PATHWAYS: Charting a course to a better world
- How do Alexander Technique teachers and practitioners build new kinds of maps together?
- How do these maps - the pathways we forge - impact or inspire personal growth, research inquiries, social change, and the evolution of ATI alongside our various cultures?
- In what ways can AT teaching incorporate ideas and offerings from the study of neural plasticity and brain functioning? What learning maps are possible from the intertwining of these two paradigms? Or, in what ways are we charting a new course through the intertwining of these two paradigms?
- How does AT promote goodwill in teaching methods and practice? In what ways does the Technique encourage or impart kindness, compassion, and understanding?
- How can ATI improve or sustain leadership that directs the energies of our organization in forging pathways? How can ATI model goodwill and actions that lead our culture toward a better world?
At this conference, we are excited to share in all of the research, course material, teaching strategies, papers, and performance ideas that Alexander Technique facilitates all over the world! Let the prompts above inspire your thinking.
First and last name
Presentation style: lecture, workshop, or Early Morning Practice
Title of proposed presentation
Description in 500 words or less
70 word Bio
Submissions must include all of the above information. Email submission information: email@example.com
DUE DATE: May 1, 2017
Respectfully administered by the Workshop Planning Committee