The Alexander Technique with Peter Bloch in Wilmslow, Cheshire

Thursdays, 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. in Wilmslow, Cheshire

 

 

These classes are an informal continuation of the temporarily closed Manchester Alexander Teacher Training School (MATTS) and offer:

 

 

  • A friendly and supportive environment for teachers

  • CPD hours for new teachers (including the option to attend as a post-graduate student)

  • A traditional training environment for trainee teachers (with the permission of their course director)

  • Experience and preparation for those considering training as a teacher in the future

  • An opportunity for advanced study for enthusiastic students

 

 

Regular teachers include Peter Bloch, Malcolm Williamson (the Director of MATTS 2001-2017), Liz Hulse, Pauline Lang, Jane Osgood, Gillian Pierce, Sue Fleming, Jenny Fox Eades, Annalisa Faenza, Rhiannon Jones - and many more. And most weeks we are visited by other teachers from this area and from further afield.

 

The class runs on about 40 weeks each year (see dates below) and we usually number around 20, about two-thirds of whom are qualified teachers. Teachers and students are welcome to attend as and when they wish, without notice. Students new to these classes are requested to check with me before their first visit.

 

The Thursday classes will probably continue in their current form after the re-opening of the MATTS professional training course for teachers, possibly in spring 2019.

The "Thursday Class" - an ongoing weekly class for A.T. teachers, post-graduate students, trainee teachers and enthusiastic students

Autumn term: 6 September to 13 December 2018 (half term 25 October)

Winter term: 10 January 2019 onwards - other dates to follow shortly.

 

Class Fees: Each class is £40 for postgraduate students and trainee A.T. teachers and £50 for pupils. There is a suggested contribution of £5 for A.T. teachers.

 

Travel & Parking: There is a main line railway station in Wilmslow (ten minute walk) with many local trains, and four or more trains an hour from Manchester Piccadilly. Car sharing may be available, please ask. With careful parking, there is room for 6 cars in the driveway. You can park for free on my road if you’re lucky enough to find a space or, more likely, on and off the Knutsford Road (3 minute walk). The car park outside Sainsbury’s (3 minute walk) costs £3.10 for up to 4 hours, and you can recover half of that if you shop in Sainsbury’s. The section of the car park directly behind the shop, nearest to the Coach and Four, is for longer-term parking and costs £3.90 for 4-6 hours, but is sometimes full.

 

Mailing List: Please contact me to request addition to the mailing list for regular updates about the classes. If you have already received an email about these classes, then you are on the mailing list.