Date(s) - Sat, 18th Apr 2015
1:00 PM till 4:00 PM
Constructive Teaching Centre
With Alex and Joan Murray.
It is nearly fifty years Alex and Joan Murray first met Raymond Dart. After some twenty years the Murrays described what they termed the Dart Procedures, based on the initial impact of Dart’s descriptions of developmental movement in his 1946 article “The Postural Aspect of Malocclusion”. A written description first appeared in Direction (vol. 1 no. 3, 1988) and was later published in Skill and Poise, by STAT books (1996). The Murrays’ application of these procedures to everyday Alexander teaching has been a continuous process, and for the last two decades has been successful in helping students achieve what they have always believed to be the aims of the Alexander Technique, moving freely and naturally. The Murrays will talk about the origin of the Dart procedures and will demonstrate some of the procedures with volunteers from the audience.
Maximum 12 people. FULLY BOOKED. (Please email to join a waiting list or to be informed about future workshops.)
Saturday 18 April, 1pm-4pm. £40.00. (Last day for signing up to this workshop is 10 April.)