‘Understanding and working with the body and whole self to find ease and flow in movement and stillness’
16th-18th August 2019
Friday 1.30pm-4.30pm Saturday 10am-4.30pm Sunday 10am-1.00pm
Venue: Holmefield Centre, Holmefield Lane, Heslington, York YO10 5EN
(Ample free parking, frequent buses from the city centre)
This Summer school which is spread over three days, is suitable for those with some experience of Alexander Technique who wish to explore the Technique with the team of teachers from York Alexander Technique Centre.
It offers the opportunity to deepen and develop your Alexander Technique practice in your everyday life.
Our theme will be understanding and working with the body and whole self to find ease and flow in movement and stillness.
The weekend will include:
- working with the fundamental Alexander Principles
- exploring ‘Living Anatomy’
- increasing awareness, presence and flow
- bringing Alexander Technique ease into daily life
- individual one to one attention
The Summer School will provide a nourishing and rejuvenating space for you to deepen your Alexander practice. It will enable you to find those areas of yourself that get lost beneath the demands and pressures of life. It offers a chance to re-examine how your habitual tensions may lessen the quality of your daily activities, and how to find a lively and relaxed co-ordination in all aspects of your life.
Tea/coffee/biscuits will be provided for break-times.
At lunchtime on Saturday you can bring food to share or simply bring your own packed lunch.
Booking essential as places are limited
To book (or to find out more), contact Mary:
phone: 01904 414793
Accommodation is not provided, but there are many B&Bs, guest houses and hotels in the historic city of York: https://www.visityork.org/sleep
You can also stay at the University of York, a five minute walk from the venue: https://www.yorkshire.com/view/accommodation/york/university-of-york-bandb-and-hostel-2090816
There will be time for you to explore this lovely city and its surrounds, and there are many good pubs, cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy delicious evening meals.
Teachers: Pam Mason, Mary Greene, Lesley Glover