WORKSHOP: The Alexander Technique (the use of the self)
by Tom Koch
Sat 25 - Sun 26 July
7am-9am PDT (West Coast USA)
10am-12pm EDT (East Coast USA)
4pm-6pm CET (Europe)
If you are interested in refining the relation between thinking, feeling and moving, this workshop is for you!
Alexander Technique teacher Tom Koch has been faculty member of the One Body One Career Countertechnique Intensive (OBOC) since 2006.
In this two-day workshop Tom will share his insights into the relation between posture, balance and movement (Day 1: The PsychoPhysical Self), and the relation between sensation, perception, injury and pain (Day 2: The BioPsychSocial Self).
Give yourself permission to stop, re-consider and re-think your self. If you want clearer thoughts and actions, this two-day workshop will offer many new discoveries.
Tom Koch: 'My goal as a teacher of dancers is to help you understand more deeply how you coordinate and move yourself all day long, not just during dance, so that you are less likely to suffer self-inflicted injuries and judgments that could limit or end your career.'
Tom Koch has his private practice in Amsterdam where he has taught Alexander Technique not only to dancers but also musicians, singers, computer programmers, rock climbers, executive trainers, and police agents. He has helped clients cope with medical conditions, such as scoliosis, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Bechterev Disease (ankylosing spondylosis), and AIDS, as well as temporary challenges, like broken bones.
Maximum participants per workshop: 25. Participants are accepted on a first come first serve basis.
This is a workshop series, which means the workshop is designed for participants who can attend all sessions in the workshop; you're not able to register for individual sessions.
Sat 25 Jul – Sun 26 Jul,
10:00 – 12:00
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