The Alexander Technique Affiliated Societies (ATAS) consists at present of 18 national societies of teachers of the Alexander Technique. They recognise each others’ professional qualifications and agree to maintain the same standards for the training and professional conduct of Alexander Technique teachers worldwide.
(AMMAS is a sister-organisation to ATAS, see below).
Meetings of societies for the formation of ATAS started in the 1990s.
Articles and reports on ATAS
‘Report of meeing in Sydney’ (no author).
‘International liason’ by Dorothea...
The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT) was founded in the UK in 1958 or 1959 by Dr Wilfred Barlow, Marjory Barlow and Joyce Warwick.
The table below show membership numbers in the years 1981–87.