JUDITH STERN, ACAT '87

ACAT/Judith Stern

ACAT FACULTY (ANATOMY) (1987–present)
ACAT SENIOR FACULTY (1995–present)

“I am a physical therapist and a teacher of the Alexander Technique with 50 years of experience working with people in pain and in need of rehabilitation. My AT practice is focused on the management of pain and stress. My professional experience tells me that the Alexander Technique is both a profound and an effective approach to maintain health and well-being. I now focus most of my time on mentoring teachers and training new teachers.”

TRAINED UNDER

Barbara Kent, Judy Leibowitz and Deborah Caplan

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Faculty for 10 years at the Alexander Summer Residential Course at SweetBriar and UNCSA
  • Private practice (since 1987)

PRESENTATIONS/CONFERENCES

  • Columbia University Medical School
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • NYU
  • Aspen Music Festival Conference on Medical Problems of Performing Artists
  • The Verbier Music Festival
  • International Congress’ of the FM Alexander Technique
  • Director of the 8th International Congress of the F.M. Alexander Technique (Lugano, Switzerland, August 2008)
  • Invited presenter at the 9th and 10th International Congresses of the F.M. Alexander Technique (2011, 2015)
  • NYU Dental School

POST-GRADUATE STUDY

  • Judith’s major influences include Judy Liebowitz, Deborah Caplan, Frank Ottiwell, and Elisabeth Walker.
  • Studied with Walter and Dylis Carrington and Shmuel Nelkin
  • Jessica Wolf’s first post graduate training in The Art of Breathing (1988)