The Alexander Technique with Peter Bloch in Wilmslow, Cheshire

Invitation to join us virtually for free digital series



Dear Friend of the Dimon Institute,


I hope you are doing well and staying safe and healthy during this time.


We wanted to let you know that because in-person classes at the Dimon Institute have been suspended, we have moved our programs online. We have opened up the lecture portion to include schools from around the world that have also had to close their doors due to Coronavirus, and we would like to invite you, as a Dimon Institute subscriber, to join the series as well.


I will be giving a series of talks on how the primary control works over a three week period beginning on Monday 20/4. This is a curriculum I've developed over many years based on my book Neurodynamics: the Art of Mindfulness in Action. We will meet Monday through Thursday, 12PM-1PM EST, for three weeks (beginning 20/4 and ending 7/5).  (Note from Peter: this is 5 pm to 6 pm in the UK)


This series will be open to everyone at no charge in order to help people continue their studies during this time.


You can sign up for the class at the link below and we will send you a copy of the syllabus. Or simply use the Zoom information below to tune in.


The curriculum is as follows:


Week 1:              Monday 20th April – Thursday 23rd April

Antagonistic action, stretch reflexes, the organizing role of the head and trunk, neck reflexes.


Week 2:             Monday 27th April – Thursday 30th April

Learning what direction is, how muscles contract, and the role of muscle length versus the contractile function of muscle.


Week 3:             Monday 4th May – Thursday 7th May

Understanding ideomotor action, the role of inhibition in action, and the means-whereby principle.


You can join the meeting using the Zoom information here:

Join Zoom Meeting:


Meeting ID: 643 470 316

Password: 009230


Sign up to receive the syllabus, course updates and relevant information here:                                        


Again, I hope you are all staying safe and healthy during this difficult time. I look forward to seeing you soon.


All my best,


Ted Dimon

Text of email from Ted Dimon on 10/4/20