A Workshop by Walter Carrington for Teachers of the Alexander Technique – Short Version

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Filmed at the 1998 STAT Conference in Manchester England in 1998 organised by Peter Bloch, this workshop was given by Walter Carrington to a large audience of Alexander Teachers, as was usual with Walter’s work, he provides a series of teaching demonstrations working with members of the audience.

Walter Carrington was a leading figure in the teaching and development of the Alexander technique. The technique was developed by Frederick Matthias Alexander (1869-1955) an Australian actor, to promote wellbeing through awareness of balance, posture, and physical co-ordination.

For more than 60 years Walter made an immense contribution to the preservation and development of the teaching of this technique. With his wife Dilys they ran the Constructive Teaching Centre in Lansdowne Road London where they trained many of today’s leading teachers.

Posted on 3 September 2021