The Universe in One Note, One Word, One Movement
Integrating the Alexander Technique directly into an artist’s, a teacher’s, a seeker’s dreams reveals the potent practical use of this work. “The Universe in….” practice is one way to invite them to discover the depth and creativity that a simple integrative moment unleashes. For many artists, this practice becomes part of their everyday practice.
For Alexander Technique teachers, this exercise is a means to develop your omniservation and integrative practice skills.
Participants are invited to come with a note, a song, or a movement – ready to play!
About Cathy Madden
Cathy Madden is a Teaching Professor for the University of Washington School of Drama, Author of Teaching the Alexander Technique: Acting Pathways to Integrative Practice (Singing Dragon, 2018) and Integrative Alexander Technique Practice for Performing Artists: Onstage Synergy (Intellect 2014), and Director of the Integrative Alexander Technique Studio of Seattle. She is a founding member of Alexander Technique International, an ATI Sponsoring Teacher, has served and has served as its chair. Her original exploration of this work began with Marjorie Barstow and she is a regular visiting teacher at training schools and performance centers around the world. Her specialty is integrative practice of this work, particularly in relationship to the performing arts and professional communication, is part of the Integrative Alexander Technique Circle, and she is also a theatre director, clown, doula and Creative Collaborator with Lucia Neare Theatrical Wonders
See also: Cathy Madden – Presenter Detail Page
Thursday, 25 August 2022
09:00 h - 11:00 h
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