AT Congress® Berlin 2022

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Individualized, structured and person-centered AT teaching

AT lessons thought through further: a pedagogical approach, the importance of transparency, comprehensibility, documentation and visualization.

I am happy to share with you my more than 30 years of experience in AT. I also draw on 40 years of pedagogical knowledge from my educational studies and corresponding work.

In the first part of the workshop, I will give you an insight into how I teach AT with a presentation and pictures.

In the second part, based on your questions and suggestions, I would like to deepen various aspects that are of interest to you in AT teaching practice.  By means of conversation and practical illustrations. You will take away concrete ideas for your own AT work.

My experience is: if transparency, comprehensibility, documentation and illustration are the basic principles of AT teaching, then AT teaching is always lively, easy, interesting and above all with a lot of learning potential for us teachers as well as for our clients.

Christina Schober

Tina Schober, who will finish her AT training with me at the end of the year, will give you an insight into the topics of this workshop from the perspective of a “student”.

The workshop will be held in English.


About Gabriele Fahrenkamp-Brandt and Christina Schober

Gabriele Fahrenkamp-Brandt

As a pedagogue (MC) and AT teacher, I have dedicated my life to the work of developing people’s personalities.

For more than 40 years, I have been concerned with how the inherent need to learn in every human being can become active again. My focus in AT work is to support people in discovering their own knowing-wanting about themselves and to use it where it is needed: either in realising goals externally or in solving problems and developing new perspectives in the physical-mental realm.

I am enthusiastic about the fact that the psycho-physical method of AT makes use of the great influence of what happens in the brain in order to change something in oneself or in the outside in connection with body perception.

In 2020 I was able to realise my great dream of training in AT and now run a training centre in the south of Germany, on Lake Constance.


Christina Schober

Since my early childhood I loved horses and sometimes, I had the possibility to ride. As a young adult I started taking regular riding lessons and joined a pony team as groom. With which I gained experiences in equestrian tournaments. In addition, I took part in lessons with well-known trainers and studied various methods of carriage horse training. Nearly 10 years ago I got a driving certificate. In 2016, I bought a horse that enables me to go to several riding workshops as an active participant.

Professionally, I established myself as a human resources manager after studying education. In 2018, after years of health problems, I decided to take a break from my career because I didn’t want to being sick all time and getting sicker and sicker.

How it came about?
In 2016, I had first contact with the Alexander Technique (AT) in a riding course. Already after the first lesson, I was aware that this method was much more than a way to better riding. Since 2017, I regularly took individual lessons in the AT and in 2018 I started the training to become an AT teacher. I expect to finish the training according to the ATVD guidelines in December 2022 with Gabriele Fahrenkamp-Brandt.


See also: Gabriele Fahrenkamp-Brandt and Christina Schober – Presenter Detail Page

Friday, 26 August 2022
10:30 h - 11:45 h (10.30am-11.45am)
Main Building
Floor: EG – ground floor
Room: H 0112

AT Principles and Procedures||Practical Teaching Skills||Communication/Verbal Skills



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