THE POISE PROJECT is structured as an agile, nimble organization that can respond fluidly to arising opportunities. After each proposed initiative is rolled out, we will continue to nurture, strengthen and build on it moving forward, expanding on successful strategies and programs by training others how to replicate and adapt them to new regions and countries.
If you have expertise in any of the proposed fields, know of others with expertise who would like to advocate for AT, or know of funding sources that focus on any of these targeted populations, please contact us.
Help us achieve our mission:
"Maintaining poise and personal growth throughout all stages and challenges of life"
OUR PROJECTED TIMELINE FOR PROPOSED TARGETED INITIATIVES
All Ten Years: 2016-2026AT for Children & Youth
Ongoing coordinated international efforts to bring AT education to schools and families (USA, UK, France, Japan)
2016-2017: AT for Parkinson's
Team Leader: Monika Gross
2017-2018: AT for Pain Management
Team Leader: Dr. Molly Johnson
2018-2019: AT for Trauma (PTSD) and AT for Addiction
2019-2020: AT for Sports
2020-2021: AT for First Responders & Military
2021-2022: AT for Blue Collar Workers
2022-2023: AT for Office Workers
2023-2024: AT for Seniors
2024-2025: AT for Prisoners and AT for Autism Spectrum & Sensory Processing Disorders
2025-2026: AT Across the Curriculum of College & University Departments
OUR ONGOING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
Creating and delivering AT principle based classes for target populations
Creating and delivering AT principle based continuing education courses for target industries
Creating and delivering target population and industry specific post-graduate training curricula for AT teachers
Designing and promoting related research projects to increase the cultural credibility of ATand increase the understanding of the mechanisms that make it effective
WE ARE COMMITTED TO ELIMINATING BARRIERS FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO HAVE ACCESS TO THE PRINCIPLES OF ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE.
THE POISE PROJECT is an independent nonprofit 501c3 created in 2016 for the sole purpose of bringing the principles of Alexander technique (AT) to a broader population.