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Activities

Activities

Morning & Evening

Qi Gong, Meditation, Yoga, Dance and more…

Our Community has many talented practitioners, with many different skills. The Activities at the Congress will allow all of us to appreciate some of these. Each session has a teacher combining his experience as an AT teacher with his other knowledge, to create an hour of learning, fun and interaction.

Have a good start into the day or an active way to close the Congress day before dinner and the evening program. You can attend one session or all of them, no booking is required.

Activities Overview & Timetable

Morning Activities

  • Tuesday 7.00-8.00h (7-8am)
    • Smart Yoga | Caroline Blackshaw
    • Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations | Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
  • Wednesday 7.00-8.00h (7-8am)
    • Smart Yoga | Caroline Blackshaw
    • Morning Meditation | Otto Vogt
    • Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations | Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
  • Thursday 7.00-8.00h (7-8am)
    • Smart Yoga | Caroline Blackshaw
    • Morning Meditation | Otto Vogt
    • Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, Framework Integration applications | Elizabeth Jonson & Luc Vanier
    • Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations | Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
  • Friday 7.00-8.00h (7-8am)
    • Smart Yoga | Caroline Blackshaw
    • Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations | Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
  • Saturday 7.00-8.00h (7-8am)
    • Smart Yoga | Caroline Blackshaw
    • Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations | Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
  • Sunday 7.00-8.00h (7-8am)
    • Smart Yoga | Caroline Blackshaw
    • Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, Framework Integration applications | Elizabeth Jonson & Luc Vanier

Evening Activities

  • Tuesday 18.00-19.00h (6-7pm)
    • Daily Evening Meditation | David Young
    • Meditation – Otto Vogt
    • Choir-Hour-NOW | Nina Rotner
    • Scottish Country Dance | Elizabeth Buonomo
    • Yoga: Moon Salutation | Elizabeth Johnson
    • Balancing Workshop | Cassie Maloney
  • Wednesday 20.30-21.30h (8.30-9.30pm)
    • Daily Evening Meditation | David Young
    • Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, Framework Integration applications | Elizabeth Jonson & Luc Vanier
  • Friday 17.15-18.15h (5.15-6.15pm)
    • Daily Evening Meditation | David Young
    • Meditation – Otto Vogt
    • Choir-Hour-NOW | Nina Rotner
    • Scottish Country Dance | Elizabeth Buonomo
    • Yoga: Push and Pull | Elizabeth Johnson
    • Partner Stretching | Cassie Maloney
  • Saturday 18.00-19.00h (6-7pm)
    • Daily Evening Meditation | David Young
    • Meditation – Otto Vogt
    • Choir-Hour-NOW | Nina Rotner
    • Yoga: Moon Salutation | Elizabeth Johnson
    • Vinyasa Yoga | Cassie Maloney

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Smart Yoga

Caroline Blackshaw

Caroline Blackshaw
Victoria, Australia

Smart Yoga

This class incorporate the principles of the Alexander Technique, taught in the Smart Yoga style. This is a mindful approach to using our whole being. It makes simple movements feel lighter and easier and helps alleviate tension and pain in the body. The Alexander Technique, applied to the large repertoire of postures and movements introduced to us through yoga, helps us build a clear and balanced state of mind, enhances our curiosity. Yoga and Alexander Technique together offer a subtle method of changing harmful habits and help you move towards less pain and more freedom in all your daily activities. Caroline’s classes are gentle and energising so, if you haven’t tried yoga before, they are a great place to start.

Activity
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Sports||Practical Teaching Skills||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
Bayern, Germany

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Let us explore how we can find and build chi through movement and soul connection

Activity
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3012

CATEGORIES
Sports||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing mindfulness

Otto Vogt

Otto Vogt
Zurich, Switzerland

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing mindfulness

Here at the congress, there are so many wonderful people around to connect with, so many great workshops to attend to, so many new ideas to take in. It is so exiting that we can easily loose contact to ourselves and end up feeling  a bit stressed and empty. „Being with and Caring for“ the most important person in your live – yourself – offers you a doorway to come home. You will find a space where you can slow down and attune in a friendly way with your body,  your mind and  yourself as a person. There will be guided mindfulness Meditations in laying down and comfortable sitting positions. There will be mindfulness exercises to support you in connecting from the heart with yourself and those around you. My wish for you is to come out of this workshop with a calmer mind, an open heart and a soul that feels deeply nourished.

Activity
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Math Building
Floor: 1.OG (1st floor)
Room: MA 141

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Choir-Hour-NOW

Nina Rotner

Nina Rotner
Germany

Choir-Hour-NOW

If you are fond of singing, especially singing with others, and have a passion for world music, then join us for the “Choir-Hour-Now”. We will work on simple polyphonic songs, learn the basics of body-percussion and experiment with simple improvisations. Through the basics of Alexander Technique and holistic approach to voice use, we will focus on the joy of singing and the sense of community!

Activity
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Main Building
Floor: EG (ground floor)
Room: H 0111

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Performance/Music/Acting/Voice||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Daily Evening Meditation

David Young

David Young
Berlin, Germany

Daily Evening Meditation

Take some time to stop during your Congress experience. With so much stimulation available, these daily meditations are an opportunity to pause, reflect, focus and reorient oneself through stillness and quiet. Some simple guidance will take you through a process of stopping, observing the body and gently resting the mind on the breath. The sessions can be done sitting or lying down, and are suitable for beginners through to experienced meditators.

Activity
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3004

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Evening Yoga: Moon Salutation (Chandra Namaskar) with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications

Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson
Florida, USA

Evening Yoga: Moon Salutation (Chandra Namaskar) with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications

Cool down the busy day with an exploration of the Moon Salutation supported through the lens of Alexander thinking (observing habit, inhibition, finding direction, etc.) and bodily patterning distilled from the Dart Procedures and Framework for Integration (primary, secondary, reset, spirals, etc.). We’ll slow down, ground, breathe, and welcome cooling and creative lunar energy. All levels and physical adaptations welcome—bring a mat if you have one (not required).

Activity
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Sports||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Playing with Balance

Cassie Maloney

Cassie Maloney
Puerto Rico, USA

Playing with Balance

This class is open to everyone, especially if you think you have “bad balance.” Come to play and practice simple ways of balancing with various poses and activities. You’ll leave this class with fresh ideas and an abundance of curiosity.

Activity
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Math Building
Floor: OG
Room: MA144

CATEGORIES
Everyday Activities||AT Games||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Scottish Country Dance

Scottish Country Dance

Scottish country dancing is enjoyed by people in nations around the globe and welcomes those of all dancing abilities. In this class, you will learn the basic steps and simple formations that comprise this lively dance form. You will complete three dances, learn a bit about Scottish music, get your heart pumping, and experience the joy of this dance form. Wear sneakers or light foot wear and comfortable clothing.

Activity
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3005

CATEGORIES
Performance/Music/Acting/Voice||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing  mindfulness

Otto Vogt

Otto Vogt
Zurich, Switzerland

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing  mindfulness

Here at the Congress, there are so many wonderful people around to connect with, so many great workshops to attend to, so many new ideas to take in. It is so exiting that we can easily loose contact to ourselves and end up feeling  a bit stressed and empty. „Being with and Caring for“ the most important person in your live – yourself – offers you a doorway to come home. You will find a space where you can slow down and attune in a friendly way with your body,  your mind and  yourself as a person. There will be guided mindfulness Meditations in laying down and comfortable sitting positions. There will be mindfulness exercises to support you in connecting from the heart with yourself and those around you. My wish for you is to come out of this workshop with a calmer mind, an open heart and a soul that feels deeply nourished.

Activity
Wednesday, 24 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Math Building
Floor: 1.OG (1st floor)
Room: MA 141

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Smart Yoga

Caroline Blackshaw

Caroline Blackshaw
Victoria, Australia

Smart Yoga

This class incorporate the principles of the Alexander Technique, taught in the Smart Yoga style. This is a mindful approach to using our whole being. It makes simple movements feel lighter and easier and helps alleviate tension and pain in the body. The Alexander Technique, applied to the large repertoire of postures and movements introduced to us through yoga, helps us build a clear and balanced state of mind, enhances our curiosity. Yoga and Alexander Technique together offer a subtle method of changing harmful habits and help you move towards less pain and more freedom in all your daily activities. Caroline’s classes are gentle and energising so, if you haven’t tried yoga before, they are a great place to start.

Activity
Wednesday, 24 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Sports||Practical Teaching Skills||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
Bayern, Germany

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Let us explore how we can find and build chi through movement and soul connection.

Activity
Wednesday, 24 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3012

CATEGORIES

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Daily Evening Meditation

David Young

David Young
Berlin, Germany

Daily Evening Meditation

Take some time to stop during your Congress experience. With so much stimulation available, these daily meditations are an opportunity to pause, reflect, focus and reorient oneself through stillness and quiet. Some simple guidance will take you through a process of stopping, observing the body and gently resting the mind on the breath. The sessions can be done sitting or lying down, and are suitable for beginners through to experienced meditators.

Activity
Wednesday, 24 August 2022
20:30 h - 21:30 h (8.30pm-9.30pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3004

CATEGORIES
Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Prone is for Primary, Supine is for Secondary: Assisted Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications (with Luc Vanier)

Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson
Florida, USA

Prone is for Primary, Supine is for Secondary: Assisted Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications (with Luc Vanier)

Constructive Rest is often thought of as specifically semi-supine. Using patterning from the Dart Procedures as distilled in Framework for Integration, participants will explore options for Constructive Rest in both prone (belly) and supine (back) orientations. Alexander teachers and co-creators of Framework for Integration (with Rebecca Nettl-Fiol) Elizabeth Johnson and Luc Vanier will assist participants in finding restful, whole-body patterning that facilitates lengthening and widening from multiple vantage points.

Activity
Wednesday, 24 August 2022
20:30 h - 21:30 h (8.30pm-9.30pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Practical Teaching Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing  mindfulness

Otto Vogt

Otto Vogt
Zurich, Switzerland

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing  mindfulness

Here at the Congress, there are so many wonderful people around to connect with, so many great workshops to attend to, so many new ideas to take in. It is so exiting that we can easily loose contact to ourselves and end up feeling  a bit stressed and empty. „Being with and Caring for“ the most important person in your live – yourself – offers you a doorway to come home. You will find a space where you can slow down and attune in a friendly way with your body,  your mind and  yourself as a person. There will be guided mindfulness Meditations in laying down and comfortable sitting positions. There will be mindfulness exercises to support you in connecting from the heart with yourself and those around you. My wish for you is to come out of this workshop with a calmer mind, an open heart and a soul that feels deeply nourished.

Activity
Thursday, 25 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Math Building
Floor: 1.OG (1st floor)
Room: MA 141

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Prone is for Primary, Supine is for Secondary: Assisted Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications (with Luc Vanier)

Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson
Florida, USA

Prone is for Primary, Supine is for Secondary: Assisted Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications (with Luc Vanier)

Constructive Rest is often thought of as specifically semi-supine. Using patterning from the Dart Procedures as distilled in Framework for Integration, participants will explore options for Constructive Rest in both prone (belly) and supine (back) orientations. Alexander teachers and co-creators of Framework for Integration (with Rebecca Nettl-Fiol) Elizabeth Johnson and Luc Vanier will assist participants in finding restful, whole-body patterning that facilitates lengthening and widening from multiple vantage points.

Activity
Thursday, 25 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3005

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Smart Yoga

Caroline Blackshaw

Caroline Blackshaw
Victoria, Australia

Smart Yoga

This class incorporate the principles of the Alexander Technique, taught in the Smart Yoga style. This is a mindful approach to using our whole being. It makes simple movements feel lighter and easier and helps alleviate tension and pain in the body. The Alexander Technique, applied to the large repertoire of postures and movements introduced to us through yoga, helps us build a clear and balanced state of mind, enhances our curiosity. Yoga and Alexander Technique together offer a subtle method of changing harmful habits and help you move towards less pain and more freedom in all your daily activities. Caroline’s classes are gentle and energising so, if you haven’t tried yoga before, they are a great place to start.

Activity
Thursday, 25 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Sports||Practical Teaching Skills||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
Bayern, Germany

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Let us explore how we can find and build chi through movement and soul connection.

Activity
Thursday, 25 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3012

CATEGORIES

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Smart Yoga

Caroline Blackshaw

Caroline Blackshaw
Victoria, Australia

Smart Yoga

This class incorporate the principles of the Alexander Technique, taught in the Smart Yoga style. This is a mindful approach to using our whole being. It makes simple movements feel lighter and easier and helps alleviate tension and pain in the body. The Alexander Technique, applied to the large repertoire of postures and movements introduced to us through yoga, helps us build a clear and balanced state of mind, enhances our curiosity. Yoga and Alexander Technique together offer a subtle method of changing harmful habits and help you move towards less pain and more freedom in all your daily activities. Caroline’s classes are gentle and energising so, if you haven’t tried yoga before, they are a great place to start.

Activity
Friday, 26 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Sports||Practical Teaching Skills||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
Bayern, Germany

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Let us explore how we can find and build chi through movement and soul connection.

Activity
Friday, 26 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3012

CATEGORIES

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing  mindfulness

Otto Vogt

Otto Vogt
Zurich, Switzerland

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing  mindfulness

Here at the Congress, there are so many wonderful people around to connect with, so many great workshops to attend to, so many new ideas to take in. It is so exiting that we can easily loose contact to ourselves and end up feeling  a bit stressed and empty. „Being with and Caring for“ the most important person in your live – yourself – offers you a doorway to come home. You will find a space where you can slow down and attune in a friendly way with your body,  your mind and  yourself as a person. There will be guided mindfulness Meditations in laying down and comfortable sitting positions. There will be mindfulness exercises to support you in connecting from the heart with yourself and those around you. My wish for you is to come out of this workshop with a calmer mind, an open heart and a soul that feels deeply nourished.

Activity
Friday, 26 August 2022
17:15 h - 18:15 h (5.15pm-6.15pm)
Math Building
Floor: 1.OG (1st floor)
Room: MA 141

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Choir-Hour-NOW

Nina Rotner

Nina Rotner
Germany

Choir-Hour-NOW

If you are fond of singing, especially singing with others, and have a passion for world music, then join us for the “Choir-Hour-Now”. We will work on simple polyphonic songs, learn the basics of body-percussion and experiment with simple improvisations. Through the basics of Alexander Technique and holistic approach to voice use, we will focus on the joy of singing and the sense of community!

Activity
Friday, 26 August 2022
17:15 h - 18:15 h (5.15pm-6.15pm)
Main Building
Floor: EG (ground floor)
Room: H 0111

CATEGORIES
Performance/Music/Acting/Voice||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Daily Evening Meditation

David Young

David Young
Berlin, Germany

Daily Evening Meditation

Take some time to stop during your Congress experience. With so much stimulation available, these daily meditations are an opportunity to pause, reflect, focus and reorient oneself through stillness and quiet. Some simple guidance will take you through a process of stopping, observing the body and gently resting the mind on the breath. The sessions can be done sitting or lying down, and are suitable for beginners through to experienced meditators.

Activity
Friday, 26 August 2022
17:15 h - 18:15 h (5.15pm-6.15pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3004

CATEGORIES

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Evening Yoga: Push and Pull: Dart’s Primary and Secondary Patterning in Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar)

Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson
Florida, USA

Evening Yoga: Push and Pull: Dart’s Primary and Secondary Patterning in Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar)

Using the Sun Salutation as our scaffolding, we’ll explore Dart Procedures whole body patterning as distilled in Framework for Integration. We’ll look most specifically at the themes of “push” in primary and “pull” in secondary as well as experience how those actions and patterns can be integrated specifically in the direction of the arms. All levels and physical adaptations welcome—bring a mat if you have one (not required).

Activity
Friday, 26 August 2022
17:15 h - 18:15 h (5.15pm-6.15pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Sports||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Partner Stretching

Cassie Maloney

Cassie Maloney
Puerto Rico, USA

Partner Stretching

Come alone or with others for a playful hour of guided partner stretching. Crafted through years of practice teaching groups, join this class to learn simple and effective ways to move with others to build trust and connection. This class is open to everyone, no experience needed.

Activity
Friday, 26 August 2022
17:15 h - 18:15 h (5.15pm-6.15pm)
Math Building
Floor: OG
Room: MA144

CATEGORIES
AT Games||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Scottish Country Dance

Scottish Country Dance

Scottish country dancing is enjoyed by people in nations around the globe and welcomes those of all dancing abilities. In this class, you will learn the basic steps and simple formations that comprise this lively dance form. You will complete three dances, learn a bit about Scottish music, get your heart pumping, and experience the joy of this dance form. Wear sneakers or light foot wear and comfortable clothing.

Activity
Friday, 26 August 2022
17:15 h - 18:15 h (5.15pm-6.15pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3005

CATEGORIES
Performance/Music/Acting/Voice||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Smart Yoga

Caroline Blackshaw

Caroline Blackshaw
Victoria, Australia

Smart Yoga

This class incorporate the principles of the Alexander Technique, taught in the Smart Yoga style. This is a mindful approach to using our whole being. It makes simple movements feel lighter and easier and helps alleviate tension and pain in the body. The Alexander Technique, applied to the large repertoire of postures and movements introduced to us through yoga, helps us build a clear and balanced state of mind, enhances our curiosity. Yoga and Alexander Technique together offer a subtle method of changing harmful habits and help you move towards less pain and more freedom in all your daily activities. Caroline’s classes are gentle and energising so, if you haven’t tried yoga before, they are a great place to start.

Activity
Saturday, 27 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Sports||Practical Teaching Skills||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

1

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Dr. Joseph Weissenberg
Bayern, Germany

Tai Chi and Soul Room Meditations

Let us explore how we can find and build chi through movement and soul connection.

Activity
Saturday, 27 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3012

CATEGORIES

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

â–Ľ

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing  mindfulness

Otto Vogt

Otto Vogt
Zurich, Switzerland

„Being with and caring for“ – an hour of experiencing  mindfulness

Here at the Congress, there are so many wonderful people around to connect with, so many great workshops to attend to, so many new ideas to take in. It is so exiting that we can easily loose contact to ourselves and end up feeling  a bit stressed and empty. „Being with and Caring for“ the most important person in your live – yourself – offers you a doorway to come home. You will find a space where you can slow down and attune in a friendly way with your body,  your mind and  yourself as a person. There will be guided mindfulness Meditations in laying down and comfortable sitting positions. There will be mindfulness exercises to support you in connecting from the heart with yourself and those around you. My wish for you is to come out of this workshop with a calmer mind, an open heart and a soul that feels deeply nourished.

Activity
Saturday, 27 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Math Building
Floor: 1.OG (1st floor)
Room: MA 141

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

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Lecture

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Choir-Hour-NOW

Nina Rotner

Nina Rotner
Germany

Choir-Hour-NOW

If you are fond of singing, especially singing with others, and have a passion for world music, then join us for the “Choir-Hour-Now”. We will work on simple polyphonic songs, learn the basics of body-percussion and experiment with simple improvisations. Through the basics of Alexander Technique and holistic approach to voice use, we will focus on the joy of singing and the sense of community!

Activity
Saturday, 27 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Main Building
Floor: EG (ground floor)
Room: H 0111

CATEGORIES
Performance/Music/Acting/Voice||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

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Fully Practical

Lecture

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Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Daily Evening Meditation

David Young

David Young
Berlin, Germany

Daily Evening Meditation

Take some time to stop during your Congress experience. With so much stimulation available, these daily meditations are an opportunity to pause, reflect, focus and reorient oneself through stillness and quiet. Some simple guidance will take you through a process of stopping, observing the body and gently resting the mind on the breath. The sessions can be done sitting or lying down, and are suitable for beginners through to experienced meditators.

Activity
Saturday, 27 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3004

CATEGORIES
Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

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Lecture

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Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Evening Yoga: Moon Salutation (Chandra Namaskar) with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications

Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson
Florida, USA

Evening Yoga: Moon Salutation (Chandra Namaskar) with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications

Cool down the busy day with an exploration of the Moon Salutation supported through the lens of Alexander thinking (observing habit, inhibition, finding direction, etc.) and bodily patterning distilled from the Dart Procedures and Framework for Integration (primary, secondary, reset, spirals, etc.). We’ll slow down, ground, breathe, and welcome cooling and creative lunar energy. All levels and physical adaptations welcome—bring a mat if you have one (not required).

Activity
Saturday, 27 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
Sports||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

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WORKSHOP STYLE

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Fully Practical

Lecture

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Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Vinyasa Yoga

Cassie Maloney

Cassie Maloney
Puerto Rico, USA

Vinyasa Yoga

This yoga class will balance effort and ease with various slow flows and stretches. Incorporate Alexander Technique concepts and take your time in this class meant to inspire strength and conscious control. Whether a seasoned yogi or brand new to yoga, you are welcome in this class!

Activity
Saturday, 27 August 2022
18:00 h - 19:00 h (6.00pm-7.00pm)
Math Building
Floor: OG
Room: MA144

CATEGORIES
Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

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WORKSHOP STYLE

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Fully Practical

Lecture

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Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Prone is for Primary, Supine is for Secondary: Assisted Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications (with Luc Vanier)

Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson
Florida, USA

Prone is for Primary, Supine is for Secondary: Assisted Constructive Rest with AT, Dart, and Framework for Integration applications (with Luc Vanier)

Constructive Rest is often thought of as specifically semi-supine. Using patterning from the Dart Procedures as distilled in Framework for Integration, participants will explore options for Constructive Rest in both prone (belly) and supine (back) orientations. Alexander teachers and co-creators of Framework for Integration (with Rebecca Nettl-Fiol) Elizabeth Johnson and Luc Vanier will assist participants in finding restful, whole-body patterning that facilitates lengthening and widening from multiple vantage points.

Activity
Sunday, 28 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3005

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

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WORKSHOP STYLE

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Lecture

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Teachers||Trainees||Everyone

Smart Yoga

Caroline Blackshaw

Caroline Blackshaw
Victoria, Australia

Smart Yoga

This class incorporate the principles of the Alexander Technique, taught in the Smart Yoga style. This is a mindful approach to using our whole being. It makes simple movements feel lighter and easier and helps alleviate tension and pain in the body. The Alexander Technique, applied to the large repertoire of postures and movements introduced to us through yoga, helps us build a clear and balanced state of mind, enhances our curiosity. Yoga and Alexander Technique together offer a subtle method of changing harmful habits and help you move towards less pain and more freedom in all your daily activities. Caroline’s classes are gentle and energising so, if you haven’t tried yoga before, they are a great place to start.

Activity
Sunday, 28 August 2022
07:00 h - 08:00 h (7.00am-8.00am)
Main Building
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3007

CATEGORIES
AT Principles and Procedures||Sports||Practical Teaching Skills||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques

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Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Everyone