david gorman canada
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David Gorman has been teaching the Alexander Technique since 1978, and has become widely known for his innovative and unique approach to making our human functioning understandable, relevant and fascinating, an approach he calls The Anatomy of Wholeness.
In 1980 he published a 600-page illustrated text on human structure and function called The Body Moveable (now in its 6th edition), and in 1998 another book, Looking At Ourselves (now in its 2nd edition) as well as many articles and essays.
He ran an AT training course in London UK from 1988 to 1997. He continues to teach in private workshops, at conservatories and for conferences as well as running in-person and online continuing education courses for Alexander teachers.
David is also writing another book covering the material of this workshop and the Anatomy of Wholeness material.
Through his discoveries over the years he has also developed a new approach, LearningMethods, which complements the Alexander work and extends it into new ways to help people learn and change. That work is now being integrated into the curriculum of many schools and colleges in Europe and North America.