Donald L. Weed, D.C. began his professional career as a teacher of the Alexander Technique in 1975. In addition to his background in sports and martial arts, he has an extensive background as an actor, singer, director and performance coach. He has undergraduate degrees in Fine Arts and Human Biology as well as a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He has taught the work of F.M. Alexander to many thousands of students and performers around the world.
Don has created a specialised training cycle for those interested in pursuing a more intensive study of Alexander’s work.
The first three modules of the training are designed for the general public to provide students with all the instruction necessary to continue to learn this work on their own.
The whole of the training cycle serves as a four-year training programme to become a certified teacher of the Interactive Teaching Method for the teaching of the FM Alexander Technique.
Don also runs a four-year training course dedicated to training additional ITM trainers. Graduates from the 2012 trainers’ course have now joined Don as trainers in the 2016 ITM training cycle.