Individuell undervisning foregår kontinuerlig. Det holdes også introduksjonskurs for deg som ikke har hatt timer tidligere, og kurs som tar for seg Alexanderteknikken i ulike aktiviteter. Kurs blir annonsert på denne siden.
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Alexander Technique and Yoga in the Arctic
Thu, Sep 3, 2020
Sun, Sep 6, 2020
J. M. Johansens Vei 99, 8340 Stamsund, Norway
We invite you to join us in the magical landscape of Norway’s Arctic Lofoten Islands, and allow yourself to be nourished by movement, stillness and reflection, with two skilful, attentive and complementary teachers, to support you in reconnecting with wild and peaceful you. Our retreat offers three whole days filled with group classes for Alexander Technique, Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Yoga Nidra, and evolutionary movement. There will also be scheduled time for one-to-one Alexander Technique lessons, as well as exploring the islands on your own, or taking a well earned rest! Anyone with some experience of either Yoga or Alexander Technique, and an interest in the two disciplines together is very welcome. No great level of expertise is expected, but teachers of either discipline who may be curious about the other are welcome.
Tim Soar is based in Swansea, UK, where he has taught the Alexander Technique for over twenty-five years. He loves to work with a wide range of people, but he has particular interests in the usefulness of the Alexander Technique for performing artists, for practitioners of Eastern movement disciplines such as yoga or martial arts, and for people recovering from psychological trauma. Tim has built a particular reputation for the quality of his hands-on work that takes him regularly to London, and to Aalborg, Denmark.
Anna Goldbeck-Wood is a movement coach working at the intersection of artistry and well-being. With a background as a violinist, singer and physical theatre performer, her practice cultivates the idea that the body is our creative home, and our first instrument. She teaches Hot Flow, Bikram and Yin Yoga for London’s SOMA House Studio, and also leads practice for London-based charity Blind Aid.