Body Sense Alexander Technique – One day workshops in Stanford, Durbanville – also willing to travel for corporate, group and individual workshops/teaching
Art of Body Management – Mindful Body-Embodied Mind – Weekend workshops in 2019:
Temenos, McGregor – 24th to 26th May 2019 Buddhist Retreat Centre 11th to 13th October 2019 and 13th to 15th October 2019
Temenos, McGregor – 1st to 3rd November 2019
The Art of Natural Conscious Walking – 6-month Certificated Course 2019
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‘The Art of Walking – Path to Health & the Richness of Well-Being’
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“In every lifetime where is a special encounter with someone whose work has a profound effect on you, and Marguerite is that guru and teacher of lightness of being and skilful awareness to many people… Her commitment to the teachings of Alexander, and also of poets, musicians and mystical teachers are, we know, a critically necessary part of our awakening to the necessities for our continued life on our beautiful planet… Her book ‘The Art of Walking’ perhaps ought one day to find its place amongst the mandatory study in schools and universities – as an instruction manual or guide, and/or recommended reading.” – Judith Todd
The HMSA is the only charity offering both practical support and Information Standards Accredited health and care information to people who have a hypermobility syndrome.
This article is being reproduced here with the kind permission of Dr Philip Bull and the Hypermobility Syndromes Association.
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Alexander Technique Teacher receives Chancellor’s Award from University of the Free State
On 30th June 2016 the University of the Free State awarded Alexander Technique teacher Marguerite van der Merwe a Chancellor’s Medal, recognising her eminent work achieved outside the usual frontiers of academia. Click here to read more.
Marielle Rensen gives an overview of the Alexander Technique in Natural Medicine magazine, July 2016.
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(Article provided with kind permission from the South African Journal of Natural Medicine.)