Date(s) — Sat, 20th Jun 2015
11:00 AM till 3:30 PM
Constructive Teaching Centre
“What Happens When I Do Nothing?”
We will explore this seemingly simple question in practical ways — without any pressure to find a particular answer!
Maximum 15 people.
Saturday 20 June, 11 am — 3:30 pm. £40.00. (Last day for signing up to this workshop is 12 June.)
Mary Holland was qualified as a teacher of the Alexander Technique by Walter and Dilys Carrington in 1970. She then worked with them at the Constructive Teaching Centre for fourteen years, teaching part- time in the school and giving private lessons. She introduced the technique to two Drama Schools in London, and has taught in workshops in Holland, France, Switzerland and USA. Her writings include “A Way of Working” for STRAD magazine, “Meeting the Unexpected” in Curiosity Recaptured, and “Time for Reflection” for STAT. In 2004 she was invited to give the Annual Memorial Lecture to AMSAT (USA) and in the same year year she also gave the Annual Memorial Lecture to STAT “Letting it Happen: Chance, Choice and Change”. Since 1984 she has lived in Munich, Germany where she first ran an Alexander Technique Training Course from 1986 till 1997. Since 2004 she is director of ATAZ with Alexander Hermann. She also had the good fortune as a young girl to have one lesson with F. M. Alexander himself!
To book please email us at CTC.