F. M. Alexander Technique Michael Hardwicke B.Sc. PGCE STAT
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STAT Professional Development Courses for Teachers and Trainees

Michael’s work provides an opportunity to understand in a "living" way some of the basic anatomy that informs and clarifies our Alexander work .

His teaching has always included a good understanding of how skeletal anatomy reveals what the Alexander directions are and forms a grounding in connecting mind and body. Michael’s teaching includes "living" anatomy i.e. the intention is not head knowledge but real hands-on, find-and-feel anatomy using visualisation, model making and other tools that give us an accurate sense of what we really are.

Michael Hardwicke studied Anatomy with Don Burton 1985-1996. Don was inspirational in the Alexander Technique world for bringing A.T firmly into a clear anatomical framework. Michael has continued the teaching of Anatomy in a way relevant to the Alexander Technique on the Cumbria Alexander Training after Don died in 1996.

The courses aim to provide an anatomical understanding that will:--

  • improve body and mind connection
  • assist in the inner work of releasing
  • informs our hands -on
  • assist visual and tactile observation
  • give clear explanations of the Alexander Technique to use with groups and individuals
  • add to our professional credibility and authority

Emphasis is on how we can use this understanding in teaching.

Courses in this series include:-

  • Ankle and the Wrist
  • Spine
  • Upper Limb
  • Lower Limb
  • Psoas
  • Spirals
  • Breathing
  • Anatomy of Hands-On
  • Pelvis
  • Shoulder
  • Anatomy of Primary Control
  • The Anatomy of the Dart Procedures
  • Dynamic Spine

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  Michael Hardwicke
Tel: 015395 31781

E-mail: michael@fmalexandertechnique.co.uk

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Cumbria, LA11 6JJ

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