What is the Alexander Technique?
AT is an educational process which teaches people to identify and change their inefficient habits which may cause unnecessary tension, pain or fatigue. People who study may be suffering from chronic pain or fatigue, their occupations may cause bad postural habits, or they may be performers looking to improve their use. Read more.

How can I study the Alexander Technique?
Students typically take private lessons with a certified Alexander Technique teacher, or they study in small group workshops or classes. You can start by attending a Free Hands On Demonstration or a Drop-In Group Class at ACAT.

What is ACAT?
Located in the heart of New York City, the American Center for the Alexander Technique (ACAT) runs the oldest Teacher Certification Program in the United States and is proud to have trained more than a third of the country’s Alexander teachers, taught by our world-class faculty. ACAT also serves as a membership organization for Alexander Teachers and students.

by Brooke Lieb Q. What, if anything, did you learn from putting hands on faculty? A. ACAT’s faculty offers me the ultimate laboratory to test my skills as a budding Alexander Technique teacher. The faculty is incredibly sensitive to the messages I’m transmitting, or not transmitting, through my hands and can quickly diagnose and tactfully Read more.

Combined TCP Make-Up and Summer Refresher Classes for Teachers with Joan Frost, Hope Martin, Judy Stern and Kim Jessor Click here for full details and registration information

Join us July 11 – 15, 2016 for ACAT’s 10th Annual Summer Intensive with Brooke Lieb, Judy Stern, Joan Frost, Kim Jessor and Daniel Singer Click here for full details and registration information

Thru July 25 Drop-In Group Classes in the Alexander Technique for All Levels: Click here for dates & registration information