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AT Congress® Berlin 2022

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Ted Dimon

Portrait Theodore Dimon

Ted Dimon
New York City
NY, United States

Ted Dimon, Ed.D., is Founder and Director of The Dimon Institute, where he is researching, developing and training teachers in the field of Psychophysical Education; and he is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Education at Columbia University, Teachers College, where he has launched the first-ever doctoral program in education based on Alexander’s work. An internationally renowned teacher of the Alexander Technique, he completed his training at the Constructive Teaching Centre with Walter Carrington in 1983, co-founded the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT) in 1987, and has been training teachers since 1996. A graduate of Tufts University, he received both his masters and doctoral degrees in education from Harvard University.

He has written ten books, including Anatomy of the Moving Body; The Body in Motion: Its Evolution and Design; Anatomy of the Voice; Your Body, Your Voice; The Elements of Skill; The Undivided Self; A New Model of Man’s Conscious Development; Neurodynamics: The Art of Mindfulness in Action; Breathing and The Voice: Understanding the Whispered “Ah”; and The Use of the Hands in Teaching. He is the co-editor of Frank Pierce Jones’ Collected Writings on the Alexander Technique.

ted@dimoninstitute.org

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