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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.

About Otto Vogt

I came to the Alexander Technique through a chronic sport injury in 1982. I became so fascinated by the AT-work that I took a teacher training with the wonderful teacher Jacqueline Webster. I received the Alexander diploma in 1986 and have been teaching the Alexander Technique without interruption ever since. I have been very fortunate to work with a number of first generation teachers: Margaret Goldie, Patrick McDonald, Walter Carrington, Marjorie Barlow. My great interest in physical health then led me to study osteopathy. I have been working as an osteopath since 1998 and I can proudly say that my most important tool in my practice is the Alexander Technique. Over the years my yearning grew for what is usually called personal growth: understanding one’s self, moving past old emotional pain, and accessing one’s greater potential. I began learning about mindfulness and meditating. I found that this supported me incredibly as a person and I discovered many new insights about the mind-body connection and the Alexander Technique. I then went on to train as a mindfulness teacher (MBSR, MSC, IMP). Since 2009 I have been offering mindfulness training and meditation courses. At the congress in Lugano I led mindfulness workshops and I was happy to see how much this was appreciated by the many participants.


See also: Otto Vogt – Presenter Detail Page

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