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About the Irish Society of Alexander Technique Teachers (ISATT)

All ISATT teaching members have completed a comprehensive training over a minimum of three years at an ISATT approved teacher training course.

ISATT is committed to supporting the highest standards of teaching, professional training and conduct.

Ensuring Standards

The Alexander Technique has been taught for well over one hundred years around the world and for over 35 years in Ireland. In 2004 the Irish Society of Alexander Technique Teachers was founded in Ireland by teachers who graduated from Ireland's first Alexander Technique Teachers Training Course. ISATT aims to ensure the highest standards of teacher training and professional practice. All members of ISATT are registered to teach the Technique after completing an approved three-year training course or having reached a standard approved by ISATT. The Society also offers Continuing Professional Development to its members with its programme of post-graduate events.

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Promoting the Technique

ISATT also aims to promote public awareness and understanding of the Alexander Technique, and to offer support for its teachers by offering exchanges and workshops throughout the year, and by providing an opportunity to promote their work on the ISATT website.