About Monika Gross

Based in Asheville NC, with Zoom distance instruction worldwide, Monika Gross is a senior Alexander technique teacher with 35+ years experience. Certified 1985. Member: AmSAT; ATI; ISMETA – RSME. BFA Drama, UNC School of the Arts. Executive Director, The Poise Project, a non-profit researching and delivering 21st century replicable AT-based group programming for people with chronic conditions and their formal and informal care partners. Our mission is to make Alexander courses available across broad socio-economic groups. If you have benefited from Alexander technique and would like more people to experience these benefits, too, please consider supporting our mission: https://www.thepoiseproject.org/donations

Phone

828-254-3102

Address of Practice

5 Grove Garden Avenue, Candler NC 28715-8902

Individual Lessons

  • In Person
  • /
  • Online

Classes or Workshops

  • In-person
  • /
  • Online

About Monika Gross

Effective training in person in Asheville NC and Worldwide via Zoom

I am a specialist primarily focused on your personal agency. I want to help you embed these interesting Alexander technique (AT) principles into your daily life as quickly as possible and as effectively as possible. In person or via Zoom, I will make sure you are confident that you can impact any moment in your life by dropping in AT and immediately seeing positive change.

I am a senior teacher with forty-five years of AT experience, and thirty-seven years of teaching experience. I was certified to teach in 1985. I am a teaching member of Alexander Technique International (ATI); American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT); International Somatic Movement Education & Therapy Association (ISMETA); and The Developing Self UK.

In addition, I am a passionate and cutting edge researcher and advocate for AT at international conferences and in peer-reviewed publications in order to ensure that AT training is impactful and effective and credible in the 21st century. With like-minded colleagues, I launched The Poise Project in 2016 in order to make sure that everyone – EVERYONE – not just those who can afford private pay will have access to the AT principles in order to meet their life challenges at all stages of life. I believe deeply that AT should be available across broad cultural and socioeconomic groups. www.thepoiseproject.org.

I have been developing effective AT teaching via Zoom since 2010, and have particular approaches for helping people living with chronic conditions such as Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative conditions. If you want to find a way to meet the most challenging aspects of your life with confidence and personal integrity, please reach out to me.

And if you have benefited from AT training and would like to support The Poise Project in our mission to bring AT to everyone who can benefit, please made a tax-deductible donation at: https://www.thepoiseproject.org/donations


Alexander Technique teacher since:

1985

Trained by:

Lydia Yohay

Connect with Monika

Phone

828-254-3102


Practice Services

Address of Practice

5 Grove Garden Avenue, Candler NC 28715-8902

Region:

  • Online
  • /
  • NC

Individual Lessons

  • In Person
  • /
  • Online

Classes or Workshops

  • In-person
  • /
  • Online

Public Speaking:

Yes – Public Speaking

Onsite Training:

Yes

Professional Alexander Technique societies I belong to:

  • The Poise Project;
  • Alexander Technique International;
  • American Society for the Alexander Technique;
  • American Center for the Alexander Technique;
  • International Somatic Movement Education & Therapy Association;
  • The Developing Self UK.
  • Integrative Medicine for the Underserved (IM4US)

ATI: 2009; AmSAT: 2017; The Poise Project: 2016; ACAT: 2018; ISMETA: 2010.

My other professional qualifications:

  • Member, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine​ (ACRM)​ Member,
  • International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society​ (MDS)​ Member,
  • International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) Member,
  • The International Society of Posture & Gait Research (ISPGR) Member,
  • The International Society to Advance Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment (ISTAART)

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