COMPANION

Charities

The F. M. Alexander Trust

The Charity was formed in 1996 and is working under the name of Friends of the Alexander Technique (AT Friends). It runs community events for teachers, pupils and members of the public such as lectures, concerts, workshops and social events. Trustees: Eileen Armstrong, Margaret Edis, Sue Fleming, Brita Forsstrom, John Hunter, Glynn MacDonald, Dorothea Magonet (Treasurer), Jamie McDowell, Kamal Thapen (Chair), Philip Tucker, Malcolm Williamson. The Charity for the F. Matthias Alexander Technique is a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales No. 3153329,...
The Charity was formed in 1991 in order to advance the education of the general public in the Alexander Technique and to promote research and study into all aspects of the Technique. Its working name is The Alexander Trust. It supports mainly research into and publications (books, videos) on the Alexander Technique. Introductory and promotional articles ‘The F. Matthias Alexander Trust: Supporting the Technique’.[1] ‘Supporting the Technique’.[2] ‘The Alexander Trust appeal’ by David Clark reports on the appeal which had received £2...
The charity was formed in 2010 in order to continue the work of the Constructive Teaching Centre on a charitable basis. The main activities are: teaching the Alexander Technique in a manner consistent with the training programme developed by Walter Carrington at the Constructive Teaching Centre in Holland Park, London, both to new students and to qualified teachers who wish to continue their professional development; maintaining and promoting the archives on the Alexander Technique currently held by the Constructive Teaching Centre; delivering free informal workshops for teachers of...