ATI Responds to Racism

Alexander Technique International stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, and calls for the end to state-sanctioned violence against People of Color. We join in the outrage over the recent tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, and so many more Black and Brown citizens who have been senselessly lost to systemic violence worldwide.

White Awakening: From Allyship to Rehumanization is our Anti-Racist Resource of the week.

Find our full list of resources (updated regularly) under Latest News.


Donate to support ATI

ATI is accepting donations to cover our reduced income during these extraordinary times. According to their ability, ATI Teaching Members may pay whatever portion they can of their 2021 annual dues. As a result, ATI is inviting tax deductible donations of any amount.

Thank you for your support.

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Alexander Technique International Workshop Grants

ATI is offering grants toward the cost of putting on AT workshops!
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2020 ATI Annual Conference and General Meeting
"All Together, Where We Are"

Thank you for attending the 2020 Virtual ATI Annual Conference! We are so happy you joined us and hope to see you next year! 

We are happy to announce that Workshop Recordings are now available! If you previously registered for the Conference, please return to the conference website in order to access the videos. 


The Professional Development Committee Launches ATI Knowledge Parties

As part of their continued work on the Pilot Project for Demonstration of Knowledge of Alexander's Writings, the ATI Professional Development Committee announces the first round of "ATI Knowledge Parties." These events will begin an ATI-wide discussion about Alexander's Writings, particularly the material involved in the Demonstration of Knowledge, and provide support for trainees preparing to complete the Demonstration of Knowledge.

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