The Dart Procedures

Teacher:
Karen Loving view profile
Date: 
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Location: 
Alexander Technique Training Center
206 Market Street
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Contact Phone #: 
1 (540) 222-7842

Anne McDonald,

Alexander Technique teacher from Washington, DC will teach a workshop on the Dart Procedures and how to incorporate them into your practice.  The workshops is from 10-4:30 pm and is for teachers and trainees.  The fee is $100, and the deposit of $50 to hold your place is due 10/5/2013; checks made payable to:

Karen Loving - 139 West Davis Street #301 - Culpeper, VA  22701

Questions or more information, karen@lloving.com

The Dart Procedures

Exploring developmental movement patterns to enhance and clarify  Alexander Technique principles



In this workshop, we will explore The Dart Procedures, a sequence of developmental movement patterns, developed by Joan

 and Alex Murray and based on the work of the renowned anatomist and anthropologist, Dr. Raymond Dart.

The Dart Procedure’s relevance to several Alexander's principles such as "antagonistic action, primary control,

 head forward and up, back lengthening and widening, and gentle pull to the elbows, will be

 experienced as you move from the fetal curve to full extension.

Through exploration, observation, and hands- on work, you will have the opportunity to sense the changes that

 occur at each stage of development. As a result, a deeper understanding of the oppositional forces

 inherent in rotation, flexion/extension, and the curves of the spine will be experienced.

During the second half of the workshop, you will learn how the Dart Procedures have been adapted to the chair,

 making it possible for all of your students to benefit from this type of learning.


 

 


 

 

Anne McDonald, Alexander Teacher, Feldenkrais Practitioner, and Occupational Therapist, has maintained a private practice in the District for over 20 years. Previously, Anne was a professional dancer; Assistant Professor of Dance at The American University and The University of Maryland at College Park; and an Occupational Therapist for learning disabled teenagers at The Lab School of Washington where she taught the Alexander Technique privately and in the classroom.


 


 

 

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