Jennifer is the director of the Alexander Technique Movement Center, ATMC in Lebanon NH. She has been working with the principles of the Alexander Technique and movement for over 30 years both privately and academically.
Jennifer was first introduced to the Technique while working in banking. She was studying psychology in the evenings and searching for a degree course when she came across the Alexander Technique during a college open house. It change her vision and her vocation.
In 2003 Jennifer graduated from the Institute for Research and Development in the Alexander Technique (IRDEAT) in NYC. Throughout her training and for several years after graduating Jennifer was honored to assist Ann Mathews on the Graduate Acting program at NYU. She also assisted weekly on both IRDEAT and the American Center for the Alexander Technique (ACAT) teacher training courses until 2009.
Jennifer is dedicated to her practice and works with people therapeutically, and to enhance athletic, theatrical and public speaking performance.
Jennifer is currently a Teaching member of the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT). AmSAT Is a not-for-profit organization that upholds teacher training standards and professional expectations for certified teachers of the Alexander Technique in the US. An AmSAT certified teacher has completed 1600 hours of in-person training over 3 years on an AmSAT approved training course.