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As part of its professional training programme, the South East Alexander School offers regular workshops which are also open to all Alexander teachers, trainees and students to attend.
Additionally, there are also a number of general Alexander workshops held throughout the year, open to Alexander pupils and anyone interested. If you'd like to find out more about these workshops, please visit Delia's website for more information.
If you cannot make a workshop but would like to visit the school for post-graduate study or short-term input as a student (without wishing to train), or for supervision / mentoring, please contact Delia.
'Delia’s highly attuned approach continues to support my life long learning
and development in a unique way.’
With Delia Rosenboom ATI
Saturday 6th - Sunday 7th April 2019: 10.30-4.30pm
33 Upper Close, Forest Row, E. Sussex, RH18 5DS
A 'hands-on' workshop exploring the four stages and levels of release, moving gradually from an initial more 'superficial and exterior letting go' to a more refined, deep and 'cellular' release. We will look at the vital role that conscious presence has to play in this process of release, and in particular how giving a direction can only reach its full potency and effectiveness when a pupil first becomes present within themselves. We will explore the concept that 'arriving', ' inhabiting', or becoming present in oneself is a vital prerequisite to an optimal release. Practical hands-on work in semi-supine and the upright; talk throughs, discussion and more…
Cost of workshop: £180, (£160 for AT trainees) places limited, so do book early. Payment can be taken via paypal below, or by BACS/ cheque.
Enquiries: Delia 01342 825031
A Horse & Heart Workshop:
Holistic Horsemanship & the Alexander Technique
Dates for 2019 TBC
in Forest Row, East Sussex
with Holistic Horsemanship teacher Marie Franco BFEE2 and
Alexander Technique Teacher Delia Rosenboom ATI
When we spend time with a horse, our own subtle energy is continuously interacting with the horse's energy, creating an unconscious connection, language and understanding of what is being asked for.
To be effective, these unconscious, energetic messages need to be congruent with the conscious messages that we are giving verbally, physically or psychically. However these energetic interactions can be interfered with by stresses and tensions patterns held in the body, leading to a mismatch of communication and confusion or un-clarity for the horse.
This workshop will address how we communicate both with ourselves and with the horse and will explore ways of releasing and freeing the body, enabling our energy to flow expressively and potently, so as to communicate clearly with the horse. We will work with the Alexander Technique to find freedom, poise, ease and an increased clarity of energetic flow. We will combine this with Holistic Horsemanship groundwork to build an authentic language, connection and clear communication between horse and horseman/woman.
Dates & Times (TBC):
Saturday and Sunday 10am - approx. 6pm
Bookings: Please email Delia: firstname.lastname@example.org
for a booking form and details of how to pay by BACS transfer.
Enquiries: Delia: 01342 825031
Marie & Delia are hugely experienced in their fields of expertise.
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"Everything that lives, grows and moves, lives, grows and moves spiralically"
With Delia Rosenboom ATI
Date for 2019 TBC. Please enquire.
1st Day: 11am-5pm
2nd Day: 10am-4pm
Forest Row , E. Sussex
When pupils present themselves with an underlying state of shock, of being frightened, of grieving or of being traumatised - however present or archaic this may be - it is not necessarily appropriate to work with the same aims, methods, time scale or pacing that may be effective with other pupils. Something else may be called for in order that the background state can gradually dissolve and free itself from its physical encapsulation. This workshop will explore ways of working that enable a sensitive ‘growing out of’ these states, setting them free in their own time...and will address the concept of 'appropriate use' as opposed to 'good use'. For us as teachers this approach requires a surrendering of what we think we know, of what we may think the pupil needs, of what to ‘do’ next, and a insted a simple 'allowing' to work from a state of presence and prolonged inhibition.
This is an opportunity to explore appropriate ways of working on the table with pupils, as well as in the upright,and is both an excellent follow-on from the 'Unknown Zone' last year, as well as standing alone in its own right.
Cost: Alexander teachers: £180, Alexander Technique trainees: £160. Places limited.
Payment can be taken via paypal or by BACS (please contact Delia for details).
For 'local' details about travel or accomodation, please contact Delia on: Tel: 01342 825031
"You can't do something you don't know if you keep on doing what you do know!"
Saturday 9th March 2019: 11-4.30pm
33 Upper Close, Forest Row, East Sussex, RH18 5DS
An opportunity to work creatively and in-depth with the Alexander Technique in relation to your voice and breath, and to explore how releasing unnecessary tension patterns can free and expand your voice, improve your breathing and enhance performance.
The workshop will consist of Alexander-based work to increase awareness of habitual interferences (tensions), to help release out of these, and to deepen your understanding of how your body can perform freely and optimally. This work will involve working in stillness (eg lying on one’s back in semi-supine) and in movement, whilst singing, speaking, sounding….
We will explore how our breathing and vocalising mechanisms work, how we interfere with these physically, and how we can allow these to function optimally. This will include simple, practical anatomy and/ or embryology and lots of practical work.
Additional work will involve movement/ stretching, guided visualisations, talk-throughs, work in pairs, lots of fun…..and more… All work will be underpinned by the principles of F.M. Alexander’s Technique.
Examples of themes that may be explored are:
*The importance of head-balance and having a lengthening spine*
*Finding support for the suspended larynx and lungs*
*Demystifying breathing, the diaphragm, the lungs…*
Venue: 33 Upper Close, Forest Row, E. Sussex, RH18 5DS
Cost: £90 per day, includes lunch & refreshments
Previous Alexander experience is helpful, though not required.
Bookings: Places are limited.
To secure a place, please book using the paypal button below - or alternatively email for BACS details
Please call Delia on 01342 825031, email: email@example.com
Payment can be taken via paypal below.
With Delia Rosenboom ATI
Next meeting TBC- please enquire
33 Upper Close, Forest Row, E., Sussex, RH18 5DS
It can be a lonely process to work as an Alexander eacher in private practice, often handling a wide range of pupils of differing ages and with sometimes complex or challenging conditions. There is often no space to reflect on our teaching practice or to receive feed-back or support...and this can so often lead to teachers feeling insecure in their work, or to a desire to give up this vital, life-enhancing and important work.
This session is an opportunity to bring your questions...to share your challenges and 'unknowns' of teaching...to feel heard....to reflect on your teaching process and content and to be supported in finding alternative ways forward or new options in your teaching practice...
Cost: £45. Places limited, so do book early by contacting Delia: 01342 825031