Here's what current and past students say about us

At ATI-LA, I loved coming to school every day. In three years of training, I never missed a day. The teachers at ATI really allowed me to be myself and learn at my own pace, which was something I had never experienced in my life. This has allowed me to be a better person in every way. I had recurring back pain which is now gone; I got professional singing work, which I completely credit to ATI; but more importantly, I learned how to be myself. I am thankful and forever grateful to these wonderful teachers. If you are thinking about studying here - do it! (read more)

— Julia Caulder, 2000 ATI-LA graduate


Of course my Alexander Technique training was remarkable and life-changing, but probably not for the reasons one might think.... It is the people that make this school. Sign on. Enjoy them. They will lift you, inspire you, cajole you and sometimes frustrate you. But they will always hold your heart above the fray as you do this sacred work. (read more)

— Ben Miller, 2007 ATI-LA graduate


In three years, I never thought I could learn so much about myself. I started the training believing I would learn something to apply with future students (others). All of the sudden, I was doing what F.M. did with himself, learning about my own habits and how to respond to stimuli in life.... I would not only recommend ATI as a school to learn the Alexander Technique, but it is a school to develop oneself for life. (read more)

— Celio da Silveira, 2005 ATI-LA graduate


As I get further into my career as an Alexander Technique teacher, I grow ever more grateful for my training at ATI. Besides gaining an excellent foundation in my hands-on skills as a teacher, I was also able to greatly broaden my understanding of what it means to teach... I can say without reservation that my three years at ATI were the richest, most memorable, growth-filled years of my life. Choosing my teacher training at this wonderful place was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. (read more)

— Bill Plake, 2006 ATI-LA graduate