Head of ATC Kyoto is
the early 1980's with U.Eshet and Y.Kuperman. He
has also worked & studied extensively
over many years with other
second (Magidov, Nelken, Renen, Tadmor, Hermelin, Pinkas, Hobbs, Cohen) and some of the first generation teachers
(Carrington, Macdonald, Barlow, Barstow) in the tradition
established by F.M. Alexander.
Lucas Lorenzi gave
lessons and workshops in Germany, Switzerland, France, Belgium,
England, the USA and Asia and has taught the Alexander Technique in a
number of different settings mainly from the performance arts.
He did assist the teacher training courses for future instructors on
an official basis for many years in
Basel, Freiburg and Cologne.
Coming from a
musical family he enjoys success in his career as a flutist.
Since 2002 he runs together with his wife the concert pianist Junko
Kasahara the ATC Kyoto in connection with the
International Music Academy Maestro in
Lucas Lorenzi loves to teach the Alexander Technique for
restoring the mindbody in its widest range
of possibility as a means towards better health,
greater awareness, freedom to change and the ability to choose or rid oneself of habits.
To study with him in Japan contact the Alexander Technique Centre (ATC) Kyoto.