Founder of the National Council of Suggestopedia
Director of Trajectoires Associées, Paris (1984 - 1998)

Lonny has taught over 200 one-month long Suggestopedic language courses since 1978, and has been an international Suggestopedic teacher trainer for the last 10 years.

He is the creator of all of his own material - both for language instruction and teacher education. Originally Canadian, he has lived in France for most of his life and directed a Paris-based training organization from 1984 to 1998.

He was trained at the École Française de Suggestopédie before creating, in 1984, Trajectoires Associées, a non-profit making society to promote Accelerative Learning both in Europe and America, primarily in the corporate world. He was the Founding President of France's Conseil National de Suggestologie, and was, for many years, a member of the SEAL Committee in the UK.

He has worked with De Narwal and 'Talen voor Talent' in Holland, Sésame Formation in Île de Reunion, the CESI in France, as well as with a wide variety of organizations throughout Europe.

His most strongly held conviction is that when a teacher looks after the learners, the learning looks after itself.