Head of Training: Michael Parkinson (Carrington 1979)
Telephone (mobile): + 43 (0)676 9414212 Enquiries: anytime
A reasonable number of Alexander lessons and/or group courses, plus an interview and private lesson with head of training.
A typical morning's work includes: individual hands-on work with the director or assistant teachers, learning practical and verbal teaching skills under supervision in small groups, reading and discussion of Alexander's books or other relevant literature, basic anatomy, physiology and neurology, application of Alexander Technique principles to everyday or more specialised activities ("directed activities").
Students in their final term may work under supervision with friends from outside the class. Graduates are welcome to visit the class at any time after completion of the course and are encouraged to do so as part of their ongoing professional development.
We frequently receive, and much welcome, visits from teachers and trainees from other schools. The working languages in the class are German and English.
From time to time we join forces with other training courses in Europe for a few days of work exchange. Over the years we have visited or been visited by training schools in Brussels, Vicenza, Brighton, London and Munich.