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Co-regulation & Self-regulation: The Alexander Relationship
The 120 year old Alexander Technique has a love affair with modern neuroscience research.
Will they have children? What do their offsprings look like?
Come and revisit the Primary Control, Directions, Inhibition, Conscious Control, Habits and Choice and much more in the light of these new discoveries.
Hands -on work will be grounded and informed by recent advances in neuroscience which will clarify rather than deviate form core Alexander Principles.
About Anthony Kingsley
Anthony Kingsley has been teaching and training for 35 years. He is also a trained psychotherapist. He has been training Alexander Technique Teachers in London since 1990 and assisted in the training of over 100 teachers who are now working in the UK and throughout the world. Anthony’s school, the Alexander Teacher Training School, based in Golders Green, offers ongoing personal development as well as professional training in the Alexander Technique.
Anthony has evolved a powerful mind-body approach to the Alexander Technique. He is particularly passionate about what medics refer to as \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\”somatisation\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\”, which is when the body reveals and reflects our trauma and pain. Anthony sees the potential of the Alexander Technique not just for posture, aches and pains, but also and crucially for emotional healing.
He gives workshops and seminars on the Technique to the general public in the United Kingdom and abroad. He also consults to industry and the medical profession on stress-management, personal effectiveness and trauma healing. He offers bespoke Alexander Technique sessions in at his Studio in London and on-line.
Anthony was very honoured to have written the new introduction to the recently republished, 2019, Alexander classic: \\\”Use of the Self\\\”.
See also: Anthony Kingsley – Presenter Detail Page
Tue 23 & Wed 24 (Session 1)
Fri 26 & Sat 27 (Session 2)
9-11h (9-11am) & 15-17h (3-5pm) (Session 1)
15-17h (3-5pm) & 9-11h (9-11am) (Session 2)
Floor: 5.OG (5th floor)
Room: MA 548
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