DANIEL SINGER, ACAT '81

ACAT FACULTY (1988–2018)

“I treasure the fact that each ACAT trainee I teach and touch learns differently.  My own journey has been informed by a broad range of interests, including consciousness, contemplative studies, painting, healing, writing, and Argentine Tango. Endeavoring to make what is profound in the Alexander Technique work easily accessible, I have a passion for helping trainees and post-graduates to become clear-headed, competent, confident and creative teachers of the Alexander Technique.”

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KIM JESSOR, ACAT '81

ACAT FACULTY (1981–2018)
DIRECTOR OF TRAINING (1991–1994)

"The Alexander Technique was initially a way for me to deal with knee problems that arose while dancing. It has become a remarkable tool for living, which I apply constantly. It allows me to keep growing and evolving. Teaching the Technique is a way to creatively problem-solve and explore with my students. There is a reciprocity in which I am always learning from them – a great joy. My particular interests are training teachers and working with performing artists, and I am inspired by collaborating with my colleagues.”

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JOAN FROST, ACAT '83

ACAT FACULTY (1984–2018)
DIRECTOR OF TRAINING (1994–1995 & 2001–2008)

“Consequent to having worn braces on my legs from age 1½ to 3, I had severe back problems into my twenties.  It was only after beginning lessons in the Alexander Technique that I was able, over time, to function without crippling pain. I am extremely grateful to F.M. and my teachers that I am now able to live such a capable and pain-free life. Passing the work on through teaching and training teachers I feel is my calling.”

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CYNTHIA REYNOLDS, ACAT ‘87

ACAT FACULTY (1996–2018)

"I came to Alexander as a professional Modern Dancer wanting more range, ease, and a longer career.  It has given me those, and a set of beautiful principles I improvise with daily to steer my course towards a more gentle, awake and less pushed approach to life. I love to help performing artists tap into their talent, ability and artistic intentions, and to encourage and support trainees through their own voyage of discovery to embody and share this wonderful work."

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HOPE MARTIN, ACAT '87

ACAT FACULTY (1998–2018)

"The Alexander Technique has been the foundation of my entire adult life. It has given me the tools I need to know myself, understand my habits, access my innate ease and wellbeing, and to trust in my own wisdom. I discovered resources I never knew I had. I am passionate about teaching this work – both in the Teacher Certification program at ACAT, and to the general public. I delight in helping others discover their own wealth through these profound principles."

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