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Teachers – Activities


Morning & Evening

Qi Gong, Meditation, Yoga, Dance and more…

Our Community has many talented practitioners, with many different skills. The Activities at the Congress will allow all of us to appreciate some of these. Each session has a teacher combining his experience as an AT teacher with his other knowledge, to create an hour of learning, fun and interaction.

Have a good start into the day or an active way to close the Congress day before dinner and the evening program. You can attend one session or all of them, no booking is required.

Activities Teachers List

Teachers Profiles Count:

This is the list of all teachers offering an activity at the Congress.
The list is sorted by first name
  • Barbro Olsson

    Barbro Olsson

    Sweden Barbro Olsson Eekenulv lives in Göteborg, Sweden. She has worked as an Alexander Technique teacher since 1988. Trained at ATTC, in Totnes, England and became a qigong instructor 1995. She teaches Alexander Technique in her own studio and at the Academy of Music and Drama in Göteborg. She has qigong classes at a Spa. She loves elephants, cats, reading books, baking and eating cakes, chocolate and to have a laugh with nice people.


  • Caroline Blackshaw

    Caroline Blackshaw
    Victoria, Australia

    Australia Caroline Blackshaw, Smart Yoga teacher and teacher trainer from Yoga Hut in Melbourne, Australia has been teaching yoga for close to 20 years. Over time, Caroline found that there were aspects of her yoga practice, which seemed to be causing injury and she began to seek more information about how to work with the postures in the most beneficial way for each practitioner.
    The key to discovering more about yoga, for her, lay in learning the Alexander Technique. Caroline studied with David Moore at the School for F M Alexander Studies, where she found that, by applying the principles of the technique to her yoga practice, she was able to start to enjoy postures she had previously found difficult, find a lightness and ease in her body that had not been available in the past, and that many of her injuries and aches and pains decreased or even went away.
    Caroline teaches weekly yoga classes at Yoga Hut in Melbourne, Australia and online, and trains Smart Yoga teacher trainees with David Moore at the School for FM Alexander Studies in Melbourne, Australia and online.


  • Cassie Maloney

    Cassie Maloney
    OR, USA

    USA Cassie Maloney is a teacher of the Alexander Technique as well as yoga, meditation, and slackline.
    With a background in music education, her passion is crafting lessons that encourage conscious control, creativity, and confidence in both play and work.
    She’s a lover of quiet moments, coffee, and novel situations.

    You can find more about her teaching on her website.


  • David Young

    David Young
    Berlin, Germany

    Germany David Young is an Alexander Technique teacher, performance and meditation coach from Australia, now based just outside of Berlin. In his work David also draws on experience as a composer, artistic director, gymnastics coach, social entrepreneur and mental health worker. He trained with Jörg Aßhoff at the Alexander-Technik-Schule Berlin.


  • Elizabeth Buonomo

    Elizabeth Buonomo
    NJ, USA

    USA Elizabeth completed her training at the American Center for the Alexander Technique in New York in 1993. She also earned a master’s degree in social work and practices as a body psychotherapist. She has been Scottish country dancing for 20 years and in 2019 passed her teacher certification exams and currently teaches in the New York City area.


  • Elizabeth Johnson

    Elizabeth Johnson
    Florida, USA

    USA Elizabeth Johnson (MFA, M.AmSAT, RSME/T, RYT200) is a performer, choreographer, educator, Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst, certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique (AmSAT & ATI), and Registered Yoga Teacher (200hr). She teaches and presents nationally (US) and internationally on dance/movement pedagogies and somatics that center developmental movement, prosocial/trauma informed education, and feminist perspectives. She has co-authored/authored three book chapters featuring applied Alexander Technique and developmental movement and is an Associate Professor in the School of Theatre and Dance at the University of Florida.


  • Leonardo Canales

    Leonardo Canales
    Tasmania, Australia

    Australia Leonardo Canales graduated from the School for F.M. Alexander Studies (Melbourne, Australia) is a mindful and enthusiastic Alexander Technique teacher, effective and innovative in his exploration of the actor’s possibilities of expression.
    While his theatre background brought him into the Alexander Technique, Leonardo has also extensive experience working with a large range of different people in finding ease of motion. He has been exploring the application of the Technique to performing arts as well as to different other activities like yoga, dance, swimming and more, please. His lessons incorporate dynamic elements from theatre practice and the scientific point of view of the Technique.


  • Nina Rotner

    Nina Rotner

    Germany The “Choir-Hour-Now” is led by Nina Rotner, a certified Alexander Technique teacher, professional singer and vocal coach. She has years of experience teaching singing/choir (jazz and world music) to beginners and ongoing professionals. She is a real bundle of energy and her contagious enthusiasm when singing, toning, grimacing, clapping and stomping together brings lightness to your visit to Berlin.