Thinking in Action, Fall 2017

Thinking in Action, Saturdays, 7-9pm


The Director of the Alexander Technique

Teacher Training Program

Susan Sinclair

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Saturday evenings of each training weekend will be open to any student, trainee or teacher interested in the Technique.

These classes will focus on assisting students in the application of the Alexander Technique directly into the activities of their lives; either in relation to performance (i.e. with an instrument, dancing, singing) or in relation to any daily activity or task (i.e. cycling, running, gardening, computer work, household chores).

Events are open to teachers and graduates, as well as trainees and the general public.

Upcoming dates, 2017Dec 2.

Upcoming dates, 2018Jan 6, Feb 3, Mar 3, Apr 7, May 5Jun 2, Jul 7.

Class Fee:  $25 (HST Included)

Those interested in attending can register online or contact Director of Training, Susan Sinclair, 416 603 2650.

Erik Bendix Visit, December 9-10, 2017

Erik Bendix Visit

Exploring the Developmental Movement Patterns from

Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen’s Body-Mind Centering

Saturday/Sunday, December 9 – 10, 2017, Sinclair Studio.



Saturday, December 9; 9am-12pm, 2-5pm

Sunday, December 10; 10am-1pm

$325 + HST

Erik Bendix is an AmSAT-certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique. He trained in the 1990s with Frank Ottiwell, Joan and Alex Murray, and Walter Carrington. Erik assisted on Vivien and Neil Schapera’s Cincinnati training for five years, worked with musicians with Vivien Mackie, helped represent the Technique at the 2012-13 Embodied Mind conferences in Paris and Gargonza and taught Alexander Technique in Taiwan and at Pomona College. He is trained in both Dart Procedures© and Body-Mind Centering, disciplines that explore how movement develops in infants. He trained in BMC® with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1990s, created The Learning Curve workshops to explore scoliosis, and developed his own Ease on Skis ski teaching method based on the Technique which he has taught at many workshops. Trained as a philosopher at Oxford and Princeton, Erik is a published poet and is known worldwide as a folk dance teacher.

Contact the Director of Training, Susan Sinclair, 416 603 2650.