Date(s) — Fri, 10th Feb 2017
1:00 PM till 5:00 PM
Alexander Technique Centre
Alexander Technique for People Living with Parkinson’s — a workshop with Chloe Stallibrass
In this afternoon workshop Chloe Stallibrass will share from her experience of working with people living with Parkinson’s (PLWP). The objective of this workshop will be to learn about the particular needs of this population, how the Alexander Technique can benefit PLWP and how a teacher might be able to work with a person living with Parkinson’s.
This will be a practical workshop with max. 6 participants. Teachers only.
The workshop is part funded by the Walter Carrington Educational Trust.
10th February 2017 1:00 — 5:00 pm at the Constructive Teaching Centre.
Booking: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Chloe Stallibrass MA (Oxon); PhD (LSE); PG Dip Man (UEL); Member: Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique; Associate Research Fellow School of Integrated Health, University of Westminster. Chloe qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher from the Constructive Teaching Centre in 1992. She published two research papers on the subject of Alexander Technique and Parkinson’s and presented at the 7th International Congress of the F. M. Alexander Technique in Oxford about her experience of teaching the Alexander Technique to People with Parkinson’s.