certified teacher of the alexander technique

I AM TEACHING “LIVE” LESSONS | ONLINE OFFERINGS are coming soon: short powerful sessions in The Alexander Technique to enhance your week |Specific time slots tailored for your group or book a private lesson | CONTACT ME


The Alexander Technique helps you change habits that influence everything you do.
It offers a practical approach to making positive change in the way you function. As you learn to observe and experiment with the way you move, think, and breathe in all that you do, your life improves in the most fundamental way—sitting, standing, walking, bending, and speaking happen more easily.
As you learn to prevent habits of tension and compression, symptoms of back pain, stiffness, stress, and fatigue diminish. Ease and efficiency of movement gradually replace the aches and pain that interfere with your everyday activities. You rediscover the freedom of movement you once knew when you were very young.


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Live lessons are offered at RIAT, 115 W. 27th St. in Manhattan

COMING SOON:  ONLINE Guided Lie Down group classes 

Lie down on a firm surface with a small stack of books to support your head and enjoy guidance in the principals and practice of the Alexander Technique. A short exploration to expand your awareness, release unnecessary effort, and move with lightness, length, and efficiency.

If you are new to the Alexander Technique, contact me for a complimentary 15 minute introduction before a group online session.

Inclusivity Statement
Welcome to all those seeking greater embodied freedom. This includes all colors, religions, sexes, gender identities or expressions, sexual orientations, national origins, genetics, body types, abilities, ages, and economic statuses. I am committed to the ongoing process of deepening understanding and enacting inclusion.

Read Emily Frost’s upbeat and insightful article about my Alexander Technique teaching practice in DNAinfo New York, and an article I wrote for Morningside Heights Life, October, 2013. Download MHL article