The Alexander Technique Center at Cambridge (ATCC) is located
in Cambridge, Massachusetts at 1692 Massachusetts Avenue near the Harvard University campus outside of Harvard Square.
“Learning is remembering from moment to moment.“ -Tommy Thompson
The Center offers the following:
Tommy Thompson’s private practice of individual lessons since 1976 __a three-year, 1600 hour Alexander Technique Residential Teacher Training __International workshps in 14 countries.
— workshops: introductory, post-graduate and residential workshops.
— lectures and classes by resident and visiting teachers
— individual Alexander sessions given by ATCC Graduate Teachers,
This website also has a library of articles on the Alexander Technique
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TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM
In addition to individual lessons and courses for the general public, since 1976, ATCC under the direction of Tommy Thompson has offered a Teacher Training Program for those who wish to be teachers of the Alexander Technique. Entering students enroll in a three-year (1600-hour) course of study, during which time they explore practically and theoretically the principles and concepts basic to the teachings of F. Matthias Alexander.
Having gained the requisite skills at the completion of the three-year course of study, the trainee is awarded a certificate of qualification recognizing that they have satisfied the requirements necessary to teach the F. Matthias Alexander Technique.
The qualified teacher is eligible to become a Certified Teaching Member of Alexander Technique International (ATI). ATI is an International professional society of Alexander teachers which assesses and certificates its teaching members through an elected body of Sponsoring Members.