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.

Our Mission is to:

  • Create and sustain open means of global communication for people to discuss, apply, research, and experiment with the discoveries of F. Matthias Alexander.
  • Encourage the use of the F. M. Alexander Technique in both human and environmental relationships.
  • Embody the principles of the F. M. Alexander Technique in ATI’s structure and means of operation.
  • Provide a means for recognizing Alexander Technique Teacher competence and providing certification for those teachers who qualify.

ATI teachers are committed to a high standard of teacher certification as well as continuing education. The certification process evaluates each teacher individually and emphasizes quality of teaching over quantity of hours trained. We do not certify training courses. We do recognize teaching certificates from many international Alexander Technique societies.

ATI members value the exchange of work and ideas. We strive for equality in our activities across borders, race, gender, and sexuality. We are committed to addressing systemic racism, gender biases, and all matters of diversity. We provide weekly resources to help our members address biases in themselves, in AT teaching, and in organizational structures.

This desire to learn and improve moves us forward into an ever evolving and welcoming community.

2021 ATI Annual Conference

Recordings are now available

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 need assistance, contact the ATI office.

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.