manages the teacher training and also works as a private teacher at the Alexander-Technik Ausbildungszentums ATAZ (Alexander Technique Training Center) in Munich. He founded the Studio Equilibrium Munich, where he works and teaches with his colleagues, pursuing the goal of promoting personal expressive and creative capacity as well as the everyday consciousness required for holistic quality of life through the Alexander Technique.
As a lecturer, he has drawn attention to the pedagogical significance of the Alexander Technique and held seminars in many places, such as the Music Education Institute for Teacher Training and Education Research in Bavaria (MILU), the Youth Academy for gifted students of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, the School Music Forum of the State Music Colleges in Germany, the church musicians advanced training of the Dioceses Trier and Bamberg, the anamnesis groups of the medical, psychiatric and psychosomatic departments of universities in Germany (patronage University Hospital Munich), the German Choral Association and the national association of music schools Baden-Württemberg.
One goal is to promote the everyday awareness required for a holistic quality of life.
As a trained and active musician, working with musicians and music students is of particular interest to him. In the studio he created for the Alexander Technique at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, where he has been teaching since 1999, he works with lecturers and students on the sustainable integration of the Alexander Technique into the educational structures of academic music education.
Alexander Hermann received his training in the Alexander Technique from Mary Holland in Munich from 1993 to 1996. He completed his music studies from 1989 to 1996 at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich and at the Conservatoire de Musique in Geneva, Switzerland.
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