Alexander Technique annual summer course
AT Plus returns—in person!

In July 2020, we successfully shifted our long-running program online. After that encouraging experience, we inaugurated a program called “AT Plus” in July 2021, an online experience that included aspects of the Alexander Technique, Body Mapping, dynamic movement, mindfulness, and psychology, all in the service of overall well-being. The success of that online program encouraged us to continue and further expand the concept. While we hope to be in person, our deep experience in presenting online means the show will go on regardless!

For 2022, the team will include Amy Likar (DMA in flute and director of training for the Association for Body Mapping Education), James Brody (director of the college’s Musicians’ Wellness Program) and Matthew Tomatz (embedded psychotherapist to the College of Music). Amy and Jim call on their decades’ experience with musicians and the general community to provide effective strategies for efficient movement and thinking. Using an integrative approach, Matt presents daily sessions that will deepen the program through mindfulness, yoga, breath practices and performance psychology.

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Program dates:

  • 4-day course: July 11-14, 9 a.m. to noon MDT / $280
  • 5-day course: July 11-15, 9 a.m. to noon MDT / $320

Looking to earn graduate credit?
One graduate-level credit is available for the five-day course through Continuing Education for an additional $90. Graduate credit is not available for the four-day course.

Contact Director James Brody for more information: brody@colorado.edu, 303-908-4279.

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