Date(s) - Sun, 9th Jul 2017
11:30 AM till 3:30 PM
Alexander Technique Centre
This workshop will explain and explore a procedure that Dilys Carrington used in the fourth term of the training course at the Constructive Teaching Centre. Dilys taught this in order to continue the process of applying inhibition and direction in hands-on work and to see how the direction came through to the pupil. She taught this thinking from day one of the training course, and the procedure illustrates this thinking very clearly. This workshop will aim for you to experience how this very clear thinking works to allow us to do less and allow more to happen with the pupil. For people who trained with Dilys it will be a great refresher.
Date: Sunday 9th July.
Time: 11:30am – 3:30pm (With half an hour for lunch)
Teachers + 9th Term Students.
Minimum number of participants: 5. Maximum number of participants: 10
Deadline date for booking: 1st July.
Alice Olsher started having lessons in 1972 while at Drama School. After working as an actress, singer, dancer and doing technical work in the theater she joined the Constructive Teaching Centre in 1987, completing her training in 1990. For the next 15 years she remained teaching on the Training Course with Walter and Dilys Carrington. She has worked with children and teachers of the Suzuki method of learning piano and violin, actors in Drama Schools, working actors and singers, music students, musicians, teenagers, and people with back pain. Alice’s website.
Alice is also available for private lessons and is also interested in giving a workshop in how Dilys Carrington taught the spirals. Please contact us if you are interested in this.
Booking by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact us page.