Health & Well-Being Program

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Health & Well-Being Program

from 494.50

We are pleased to offer dedicated students of the Alexander Technique the opportunity to undertake a course of study for personal health and well-being within the ACAT Teacher Certification Program.

Health & Well-Being Program students participate in the training class, receive hands-on instruction from the faculty and explore material from the first year curriculum which focuses on use of the self. Students may also have the opportunity to receive hands-on work from third-year students in the program and will join in group and partner explorations. Health and Well-Being participants are not instructed in hands-on or other teaching skills.

Optional Private Lesson Package: Intensive students are also eligible to have a package of ten, 30-minute private lessons from a member of the ACAT faculty at a reduced rate.

Daytime Classes*: Monday–Thursday, 9 am–12:45 pm
Evening/Weekend Classes*: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday, 5:30–9:15 pm; and Saturday, 10 am–1:45 pm

* Actual class days/times will be determined on a term-by-term basis, based on TCP enrollment.

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COMPLETE APPLICATION

The ACAT Teacher Certification Program is in session for three, 10-week terms per year (September through June). Daytime and Evening/Weekend sections are available.

To apply, please complete the application online, or contact Brooke Lieb, Director of Training, by email; or by phone at 212.633.2229 (ext. 3).

To avoid credit card processing fees, pay fees in full by check. Payment should be made out to "ACAT" and sent to ACAT, 39 West 14th Street, Room #507, NY, NY 10011 Attn: Brooke Lieb, HWB

"The Health & Wellbeing Program" gave me an opportunity to practice and study The Alexander Technique at ACAT for up to sixteen hours per week. This intensive style of study was the only program that worked to reduce my chronic pain and it also gave me a solid foundation towards my teaching. I recommend this program to anyone interested in improving their use of self as well as their overall health and wellbeing."     – David Oromaner, Musician and Private Drum Teacher

ADMISSION:
Admission is at the discretion of the TCP Director and is contingent on space in the program. To apply, please complete the application online, or contact Brooke Lieb, Director of Training, by email; or by phone at 212.633.2229 (ext. 3). The pre-requisite is a minimum of 10 lessons (exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis).

 The admissions process includes:
• Intensive Course Application ($25 fee)
• Letter from your primary teacher
• Personal interview lesson with the Director of The Teacher Certification Program ($75)