Head of Training: Maret Mursa Tormis (Richard (Dick) Gilbert, 1999) MSTAT Assistant teacher: Soile Lahdenperä (Finland) MSTAT Moderator: Dorothea Magonet (London) MSTAT
Telephone: +372 5228515, +372 644 3750
15-30 private lessons or one 3-day course (17 hours); interview with Head of Training.
Course content follows STAT guidelines. About 80 per cent of the teaching time is devoted to practical work.
The first year focuses mainly on learning to obtain main means/methods of practical and theoretical understanding of the fundamental elements of the technique: inhibition, directions and primary control. This gives the opportunity to restore posture mechanism and master an adequate posture of proprioception, which is the main prerequisite for acquiring the manual skills.
On the second and the third year the main focus will be on developing the refined manual skills and on learning how to give feedback to your students/clients. Students will have the opportunity to come and observe and help me with different workshops and at different universities. Working with actors, musicians and dancers.
Theoretical work includes daily reading of classics of AT literature. Every effort is made to include relevant topics requested by trainees. Each student receives intensive/personal daily attention and is gradually guided to develop hands-on work and other teaching skills.
New trainees may enrol at the beginning of any term.