IMAGE TECH In The News
IMAGE TECH was recently featured in Dance Magazine alongside 4 other respected somatic techniques. Thank you, Dance Magazine!
IMAGE TECH for dancers
IMAGE TECH is a weight-bearing, somatic technique to prepare dancers for vertical technique classes.
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Become an IMAGE TECH for dancers Teacher
Learn more about what it takes to become an IMAGE TECH for dancers teacher.
Who is Alexandra Wells?
Alexandra Wells is the Creator of IMAGE TECH for Dancers, Founder and Artistic Director of Springboard Danse Montréal, and Senior Director of Training and Company Advisor at Gibney Dance. With over 40 years of international teaching experience, Alexandra is heralded as an innovative and intuitive educator.
Teacher Training Program
In 2020, Alexandra Wells began identifying and training a select group of talented educators to teach IMAGE TECH for dancers. Teacher training occurs on an ongoing basis.
Who are the Teachers?
IMAGE TECH for Dancers certified teachers have a comprehensive personal understanding and embodiment of the practice. Teachers are hand-selected by Alexandra Wells for their in-depth understanding of the technique as well as their pedagogical capabilities.
Find an IMAGE TECH for dancers Teacher or Class
IMAGE TECH teachers represent a broad spectrum of professional dance and teaching experiences. They are available to facilitate classes, workshops, and to integrate IMAGE TECH into dance school curricula throughout the US.
What are the benefits of IMAGE TECH for dancers?
IMAGE TECH is a weight-bearing, somatic technique consisting of standing exercises that increase awareness, alignment, and stability while preparing dancers for demonstrative vertical dance techniques. It was originally created to connect the dots between Alexander Technique, the work of Irene Dowd, and ballet class. The method addresses how one incorporates the important information of these somatic techniques into their body while standing and provides a significant groundwork for dancing.
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