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Congress Papers - Exploring the Principles (2004)

Subtitle:   7th International Congress in Oxford August 16-22, 2004
Author:   edited by Anna Oppenheimer
ISBN:   0951930494
Publisher:   STAT Books
status:   in stock, new
Price:   38,00 Euro  = 52,12 USD = 26,99 GBP
= 63,74 CHF = 69 AUD
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7th International Congress of the Alexander Technique was the biggest ever gathering of teachers, students and pupils of the Technique: more than 700 people from over 20 countries participated in more than 120 presentations as well as daily work-exchange sessions.
Each Congress provides a unique forum for teachers to present and share their discoveries and experiences. All traditions and levels of experience of the Technique are represented.
This volume brings together 49 papers from the 7th Congress: reports from lectures, workshops, panel presentations and discussions groups.
These papers present both practical and theoretical aspects of teaching and practising the Technique. They contain a wide variety of traditional and contemporary ideas and views, representing a great amount of experiences and knowledge from all over the world, offering fresh insights into the Alexander Technique as it is taught today.
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Introduction by Peter Ribeaux
Group Teaching by Meade Andrews
Comparative Listening by Beret Arcaya
Graviception by Glenna Batson
Themes and Variations by Anne Battye
F M Alexander: The Unwritten Biography by Michael Bloch
Detached Observation by John Brown
Speaking ShakespeareŇs Sonnets by Lawrence Bruce
Back in the Beginning by Walter Carrington
We can Believe our Eyes by Brigitte Cavadias
A Tale of Two Paradigms by Jeremy Chance
Basic Directions Revisited by Jean Clark
A Lesson in th...
Weight: 470 gr
Pages: 432
Edition: Paperback
Published: 01.08.2005
Height: 196 mm
Width: 129 mm
Thickness: 21 mm
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