New for 2024: What every musician needs to know about the Body™ Mapping course!
Since 1995, we have been creating and delivering workshops for personal and professional development, resilience and self-care, and to foster ease and efficiency in your everyday life. Our program includes significant aspects of the Alexander Technique, Body Mapping, movement practices, mindfulness exercises and psychological tools—all in service of cultivating inclusive well-being and peak performance. Whether you are a musician, office worker, dancer, athlete, or seeker, join us and support your personal growth and development by spending a week in gorgeous Boulder, Colorado!
For 2024, the AT+ team will include Amy Likar (DMA in flute and Director of Training for the Association for Body Mapping Education), James Brody (Director of the Musicians’ Wellness Program at the CU Boulder College of Music) and Matthew Tomatz (embedded psychotherapist to the College of Music).
Likar and Brody will call on their decades of experience with musicians and the general community to provide effective strategies for efficient movement and thinking. Using an integrative approach, Tomatz will present daily sessions to deepen the program through mindfulness, yoga, breath practices and performance psychology.
As always, we encourage Master of Music Education students to join us for guidance on how to bring these powerful tools into your classrooms. Anyone with appropriate standing is eligible to receive one graduate credit through CU Continuing Education for an additional fee.
Likar will present the full Body Mapping course, What Every Musician Needs to Know about the Body™, on Monday, July 8 and Tuesday, July 9 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. We are thrilled to offer this remarkable content in person.
AT+ program participants will receive a reduced rate of $125.00 for this additional offering.
Any and all are welcome to attend What Every Musician Needs to Know about the Body™ for a fee of $175.00.
What is the participant experience like?
According to fiddle player and singer Laima Haley:
“I love that the summer AT+ program forms a mini community of artists interested in creating music healthily and sustainably together. Musicians of all skill levels, instruments and styles are warmly welcomed.”