Stacy Gehman

I began studying the Alexander Technique in 1977, moving to Lincoln, Nebraska in 1980 to apprentice with Marjorie Barstow, the first teacher certified by Alexander in the early 1930s.  In 1986 I moved to Seattle to help form The Performance School, where I continue on the faculty of the teacher training program.  I teach private lessons, group classes and am on the faculty of the Barstow/Alexander Institute (Doane College, Crete, Nebraska) each summer in June.

I am also a physicist, and work as a research engineer developing medical instruments and algorithms for analyzing the electrocaridogram.

 

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