Richard Brennan – in discussion with Carina Thomas

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Richard Brennan – in discussion with Carina Thomas

November 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Free

AUSTAT is delighted to invite you to an exciting, free virtual event

Richard Brennan is a world-renowned Alexander Technique teacher, author and Director of Training at the Alexander Technique Centre, Galway, Ireland. He is the past president and co-founder of the Irish Society of Alexander Technique.

Richard is passionate about improving children’s posture, he has been actively campaigning in the UK and Ireland for the removal of backward sloping furniture in schools since 1992. He set up a pilot study in Galway between November 2015 and June 2016 to examine the impact of wedge cushions on children’s seated posture.  Early in 2021, Richard spoke to Sue Merry as part of The Developing Self Conference – “Why the School Chair is Harmful” – see https://thedevelopingself.net 

Richard is the author of 8 books on the Alexander Technique and numerous articles.

Richard aims to make the Alexander Technique accessible to a wide audience. He has been a pioneer in helping to make the technique accessible to many thousands of people.  Richard has a special interest in discussing mental belief systems and emotional habits in relation to habits of posture and movement.
We welcome your advance questions ensuring a participant-centred approach to learning, one of Richard’s key approaches.  Questions must be received by October 30, 2021.

This a free event but registration is required. 100 people will be able to attend the live session.  If you are unable to attend at the time but wish to view the session, please register and the recording will be made available after the event.

Details

Date:
November 24
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://www.trybooking.com/BTZCQ

Venue

zoom

Organisers

Aniko Ball
Carina Thomas
Caroline Blackshaw