Welcome to ATI

Alexander Technique International (ATI) is a worldwide professional organization that promotes and advances the work begun by F. Matthias Alexander. Its members are teachers, students, and friends of the Alexander Technique. ATI embraces the diversity of its community and works to promote international dialogue. To read ATI's Vision/Mission statement, click here.

The Alexander Technique community has an exciting opportunity this year taking place in Berlin, Germany with the AT International Congress. 

2022 ATI Annual Conference and General Meeting

UPDATE: Now Fully Virtual
October 14-19, 2022

Register here!

The 2022 ACGM is now only virtual. The deadline for submitting workshop proposals has been extended to August 19Submit your proposal here.

12th Alexander Technique International Congress

Technische Universität Berlin
August 22-28, 2022

"Registration is open - we warmly welcome all ATI members to the Congress"

Register here!

Participate in the PDC Pilot Project

The Professional Development Committee has been exploring the possibility of Teaching Candidates submitting their Demonstrations of Knowledge in the areas of Ethics, Anatomy and Alexander’s Writings before meeting with their ATI Sponsors. This would allow ATI Sponsors to spend more of their time assessing the Candidate’s teaching skills. Please consider participating in this exploration by submitting your Demonstrations of Knowledge to the Committee. Your participation will provide a tremendous service to ATI and help ATI improve its Teacher Certification Procedure. And we hope you will find it an enriching activity in its own right.

More information can be found here.

Learn how to become an ATI Teacher

Are you an Alexander Technique teacher looking for a community that promotes learning from each other, embracing diversity and fostering international dialogue? Then become an ATI Teaching Member.

2021 Conference Recordings

If you registered for the conference, you can view the recordings through September of 2022. To access them, click this link and login with the same credentials you used for the conference. If you were unable to register for the conference, but would like access to the workshop recordings, please fill out this form. If you need assistance, contact the ATI office.