Once a term alumni and training course teachers get together at LCATT to share work and sometimes there is a presentation. This not only offers the opportunity for graduates to work with each other but keeps the contact with fellow teachers so that they may set up their own opportunities to exchange work.
Workshares for All Teachers
Next work exchange – 8th October, 11.00-1.00. – Free.
All teachers are welcome to the workshares at LCATT. You can just drop in or contact Roger – firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Workshops and Talks
LCATT sometimes hosts workshops for visiting teachers from abroad. Recent ones were with Missy Vineyard, a head of training in the USA and author of a ‘How You Stand, How You Move, How You Live’ and Lucia Walker, dance teacher and specialist in improvisation, and head of training of the Alexander school in Johannesburg.
For new workshops and talks see below.
WORKSHOPS FOR TEACHERS
Contact Roger on 07905 003026 or email@example.com for information and booking.
Hear the experiences and ideas about how some teachers are exploring new ways to connect with new types of audience for the Technique. There will be presentations, with time for questions, and a work exchange.
11am-3.30pm Sunday 19th November. £20. Contact Roger – firstname.lastname@example.org
LCATT has begun to host a series of interesting talks linking with other disciplines. They have been really successful so far, so do come and join us for the next one.
We have had a wonderful talk by Leon Baugh on the Anatomy in Motion system and, last term, one on “How the Mind changes the Body ” by Colin Farquharson, voice and acting coach.
The fourth Interesting Talk at LCATT will be by Emma Alter – An Introduction to Feldenkrais. 26th October 2017. Teachers’ workshare from 7pm and talk 8.30 to 10pm. £10 teachers £5 students. Contact email@example.com or just turn up.
Emma has been performing, with English Baroque Soloists, Academy of Ancient Music, Gabrieli Consort and Players. After having Feldenkrais lessons, she could play without pain and with greater facility. She then went on to train as a Feldenkrais practitioner. Emma works, in groups or individually, with musicians and singers to improve performance, to harness more power, and to suffer less pain. She teaches violin and viola, includes Feldenkrais in her pedagogic approach, and teaches body awareness, posture and ‘set-up’ to string players. For over 20 years, Emma has been teaching children music, and now adds Feldenkrais to this.