Regularly updated in pursuit of higher standards and compliance with legislative requirements, our Code of Professional Conduct includes sections that deal with matters such as:
Rules of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique as approved by the STAT Council on the 11th January 2018.
The Rules of STAT cover such matters as
STAT's Articles of Assocation are our main constitutional document, outline our objects, powers and decision-making arrangements.
The version on this page was approved at the Annual General Meeting of the 13th August 2016.
Detailed description of New Homes Bonus for empty homes practitioners.
The summary also indicates key actions that can be taken.
Succint advice about what to do if you find bats in an empty home, both from the owner perspective and also that of the a local authority practitioner.
Points out that bats are protected species.
Suggests how local authorities can organise themselves to achieve results in bringing empty homes back into use.
Defines some key actions they can take. Foreword by Plymouth City Council.
Students receive individual tuition each day.
Alexander's books are discussed in class and studied in both English and Spanish.
Within the study of the Alexander Technique, the School emphasises anatomy , physiology and movement.
Students are also engaged in their own personal projects, applying the Technique in the area of their own particular interest such as dance, music and physiotherapy.
There are regular exchange visits with the teachers from Buenos Aires.
There are also visits from senior and specialist teachers from Europe.
The course is run following the STAT guidelines. About 80 per cent of the teaching time is devoted to practical work, a process designed for acquiring a deeper understanding of the basic principles of the Alexander Technique.
Students are encouraged to refine their daily awareness and develop a way to convey their specialised skill into the teaching.
The policy of the course is to stay open minded for the students to develop their ability. They are gradually guided to develop hands-on work and other teaching skills in a lively laboratory.
The course is for Japanese speaking people and the working language is Japanese. Every day begins with work on the self, and turns with teachers for each student. Each day has a different theme, these will include: reading FM Alexander's books or related relevant literature in Japanese and English, study of anatomy, physiology and neurology, using procedures in activity. Students will have a minimum of six private lessons with the Head of Training and the Assistant per year.
The Principles and the Work of FM Alexander, laid down in his writings and passed over from Teacher to Student as a unique technique of putting hands on; related topics.