Alexander Technique Institute and Teacher Training School

Experience Alexander lessons in North Sydney

The Alexander Principle by Wilfred Barlow

The Alexander Principle by Wilfred Barlow

Hands by Rodin

Art & Science

Experience Evidence Based Practice
Apply Alexander Principles to enhance Learning, Mind/Body Health,
Performance (Music/Sport) & Prevent Pain


Mind/Body Integration

"The uniqueness of the Alexander approach is that it emphasises using the mind and body in unity. The Alexander technique stresses unification in an era of greater and greater sub-specialisation. It enables patients with back trouble together better faster and stay better longer."

Jack Stern, M.D. Ph.D.
Neurosurgical Director, New York Medical College.


Watch: Alexander Technique in Education Schools/Music

Watch: re Back Pain, British Medical Journal's video.


Head of Training

Diana Devitt-Dawson

Diana Devitt-Dawson
RN/Midwife:- MBSR (stress management) & Harpist. See: Bio


ALEXANDER INSTITUTE NORTH SYDNEY OFFERS

INDIVIDUAL LESSONS
(children & adults)
 
SPECIALISED POST-GRAD W’SHOPS

NEW COURSE 2019!
Alexander Technique Educator Training
 
(watch this space - prospectus available soon)

Professional training in presenting the teaching principle of F.M. Alexander

This exclusive 18 month course is for long-term pupils, primary & secondary school teachers, music teachers, health care workers, GP’s, vocal coaches and any serious enquirer who wants to study F.M. Alexander’s teaching principles so as to become a skilled Alexander Technique Educator. Study will bridge theory with practice in application work under the supervision of the Head of Training, Diana Devitt-Dawson, (See Bio). Diana has 33 years teaching experience. Participants will organise their own training sessions with Diana to meet the required hours.

Further information & expressions of interest

Email:- diana@alexandertechniqueinstitute.com.au
Mobile: 0408 055 580


"Alexander learned by observation and experiment upon himself, in the strictest scientific method, that the mechanism that determines the character of all reflex action lies in the reflexes governing the relationship of the head to the neck, and the neck to the spinal column. When this 'primary control' or our core structure is functioning as it should, it is sensed as an integrating force that allows freedom throughout the organism."

Prof. John Dewey

The Alexander Principle by Edward Maisel



Our Location

ATI location map

Suite 4
188 Pacific Highway
Nth Sydney NSW 2060