I have been teaching the Alexander Technique since 1995 in and around Northampton, Massachusetts. Upon completion of a 3-year, 1,600 hour training course at the Alexander Technique School of New England, I became certified to teach by the American Society for the Alexander Technique and maintain an active membership in that organization.
After graduating from the Hartt School of Music in 1984, I began a career of freelance playing and violin teaching. My introduction to the Alexander Technique came as a response to many hours of violin practice and teaching over the years, and the resulting chronic pain and stiffness.
Years after my first lessons, and subsequent teacher training, I continue to study the Alexander Technique for my personal and professional growth. Since earning my teaching certification in 1995, I have attended classes and workshops for teachers, as well as private lessons throughout the United States and at the Constructive Teaching Centre in London.