Thinking in Activity: In the Studio and In Life - A Post Graduate Course with Barbara Kent


Thinking in Activity: In the Studio and In Life - A Post Graduate Course with Barbara Kent

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A 2-day Weekend Workshop
Saturday, October 28 & Sunday, October 29, 2017

We will visit our skills in teaching the AT principles through the AT Procedures (Games) and exploring how they relate to every day life.  A look at monkey, lunge, chair work, whispered Ah, Hands-on-the-back-of-the-chair. "Thinking in activity".

Barbara Kent, former Director of the ACAT Teacher Certification Program, has been training teachers for over 40 years. She currently lives and teaches in Vermont.

Dates and Times: Saturday, October 28 & Sunday, October 29, 2017, 10 am–4 pm daily
Fees: Current Teaching Members: $310 (incl. $10 proc. fee); Non-members: $438 (includes $13 proc. fee)


A deposit or payment in full in required to reserve your space. Payment in full is due by Friday, September 28, 2017. To avoid processing fees, pay by check, send payment in full ($300 members/$425 non-members) payable to ACAT, 39 West 14th Street, Room #507, NY, NY 10011.

This course is limited to 12 students and satisfies 10 hours of AmSAT Continuing Education requirements. All courses subject to cancellation if under-enrolled.

Barbara Kent earned her B.A. in Music at California State University in 1959, studied voice at The Juilliard School from 1960–61, and received her M.A. in Music from Brooklyn College in 1971. Her singing led her to the Alexander Technique in the early 60′s, and she was certified by ACAT in 1971. Barbara has been a faculty member of ACAT since 1972, and served as ACAT’s TCP Director from 1982–87, and 1996–2001. A long time faculty member of the Sweet Briar Residential Course, Barbara has presented at a number of International Congresses; and for the New York Singing Teachers’ Association and the Rubenfeld Synergy International Association. Barbara offers the Post Certification Program “Progress, Not Perfection” through ACAT. She studied with Carl Stough and integrates the principles of Breathing Coordination into her work; she is also certified in the Rubenfeld Synergy Method. Barbara maintains a private practice in Middlebury, Vermont, and makes teaching trips to NYC.