David Moore
David Moore, Director at the School for F.M. Alexander Studies graduated from Australia's first Alexander technique training course in Sydney in 1985. After graduating he spent some weeks each year for a number of years studying with senior American teacher, the late Marjorie Barstow.

Since then he has established private practices in New Zealand and Melbourne, run many workshops and residential courses in Australia and New Zealand, and taught classes in the UK, Germany, Japan and the USA. In 1999 he set up an AUSTAT accredited training course in Melbourne which at present has 16 trainees doing an Advanced Diploma in Alexander Technique Teaching.

Prior to studying the Alexander technique David did many years of yoga practice. He spent over seven years in India and Thailand, including over two years in Thai meditation monasteries, and two years in Madras studying at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandaram. In Sydney he studied Iyengar yoga for four years with Martin Jackson from 1991 - 1994, including undertaking a teacher training course with Martin in 1994. He now teaches classes applying the Alexander technique to yoga. He also has a strong interest in voice work, and has run numerous classes and workshops for singers, storytellers and public speakers.

David is available to run workshops throughout the world in the Alexander technique, or applying the technique to yoga or voice.

1 Hour Lessons: $110 (GST Included)

Half-Hour Lessons: $75 (GST Included)

A course of 10 lessons paid in advance (minimum of 2 lessons per week): $700 (GST Included)

Generally, the first session is a full hour, and subsequent lessons are 30 minutes.

To make a booking with David, please contact the school.



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David's new Book: Yoga and the Alexander Technique
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