With instructor Witold Fitz-Simon, learn to see, understand and talk about anatomy with an Alexander Technique twist. In this 10-week Winter term class, we will explore the the torso and breathing. The topic over this year is structure, including bone, joints and ligaments, and their function and use as a support structure and foundation for movement.
Class day/time: Thursdays, 11:20 am to 12:45 pm
Dates: January 4 - March 15, 2018 (NO CLASS February 15).
Fees: $400 for full series (+ $11 processing fees for credit card payments); $45 per class (+$1.65 processing fees for credit card payments)
Payment in full is required to reserve your space. To pay by check and avoid processing fees, send payment in full ($400 for full course/$45 per class, payable to ACAT, 39 West 14th Street, Room #507, NY, NY 10011.
This class is part of ACAT’s teacher-training program – the longest-running program in the US – but is open to anyone interested in the body and the way we use ourselves. Excellent for teachers of dance, yoga or other movement modalities, and for anyone interested in how their bodies work.
* There are no refunds for missed classes.
ABOUT WITOLD FITZ-SIMON
Witold Fitz-Simon, AmSAT, E-RYT 500, has been a student of yoga since 1993, and of the Alexander Technique since 2007. He is certified to teach yoga at the 500-hour level as a graduate of the Yoga Room, Berkeley’s Advanced Studies Program under Donald Moyer and Mary Lou Weprin, and the Alexander Technique as a graduate of ACAT’s teacher training program. Witold combines his extensive knowledge of embodied anatomy and developmental movement into intelligent and practical instruction designed to help his students free themselves of ineffective and damaging habits of body, mind and being.