Monique Vanormelingen studied Social Sciences at the Catholic University of Louvain (1980). She also holds Postgraduate Degrees in Library and Information Sciences (UIA, 1986) and in Informatics (VUB, 1989).
She worked in the university libraries of Brussels and Louvain and in 1994 became co-ordinator of the documentation centre of the Flemish Institute for Health Promotion.
Her search for an efficient preventive method to forestall recurring stress-related neck and shoulder problems brought her in contact with the Alexander Technique. While training as an Alexander teacher she translated Mind and Muscle by Elizabeth Langford into Denken en Bewegen: een handboek voor coördinatie en evenwicht.
She is now Head of Training of the Alexander Technique Teacher Training Course in Louvain.
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