This is the Website of the Bates Association for Vision Education. The purpose of these pages is to inform you about vision improvement.
We teach people how to improve their eyesight without lenses or surgery.
In addition we teach people how to increase their chances of healing in cases of degenerative eye disease.
Classes and Workshops
London - July 27-28 2013:
Alexander Technique and Vision Workshop
ALTEVI is running a workshop on Being, Seeing, and Moving, for all those interested in learning about body, mind and vision; for all levels of experience.
Teacher Training New Dates - College of Vision Education
Thinking of becoming a Bates Teacher?
The College of Vision Education (CVE) has posted new dates for its year-long module course for Bates Method teacher training, starting in November 2013. Training in the UK, the CVE accepts applicants from across the world.
Classes and Workshops
France -04/07/2013, et 25/08/2013:
New Case History - Our Journey with the Bates Method
Read Carolyn Mills' story about working with the Bates method for herself and her 2 year old daughter:
"I first came across the Bates method whilst browsing in a bookshop in my early twenties.
"I had been prescribed glasses at the tender age of 7 or 8, and was told that I needed them every waking hour as I was both short sighted and had astigmatism. I was told that as my mum was short sighted too, it was likely that my prescription would get stronger and stronger as it was in my genes, and nothing could be done."
The Moon Swing: new movement vision game online
Already proving popular, a new animation is available to help understand the Bates concepts of shifting and swings.
How to use this site
The primary goal of the new design was to simplify your experience in finding the information you want. Seeing.org is quite a large site and in order to make information as accessible as possible there is a dynamic menu system.
Firstly, the menu at the top of every page shows the six main headings for the site. Hover your mouse over any of the headings and a sub-menu drops down to show you the available topics and sub-sections. This menu will allow you to get anywhere in the site fast.
Note: Can't see the menu at the top? Read the box-out on Adobe Flash below
On the left is a context menu. You can also navigate the entire site here, but the difference is that this menu changes with the context of the page you are on.
Finally, just under the heading banner of each page is a sitemap location menu which shows clearly where you are in the structure of the site on any page.
I've aimed to make the user experience as easy as possible, if you have difficulty I'm happy to hear your feedback.
'Flash' is a web technology that allows dynamic movement, video, interactive buttons, menus, sound, animation and more. Most modern browsers will have it installed already so you will probably not have to do anything to enjoy using this site to its fullest.
Have I got Flash?
At the very top of this page there is a menu system which opens when you hover your mouse over any of the site section titles. If you don't see this menu then you haven't got Flash; you can download it here: