Marya Spring Cordes has made a career of a blissful blend of performing, teaching, and directing. She studied The Alexander Technique with Martha Hansen and Bruce Fertman and has been a certified teaching member of ATI since 2006. Marya is an Associate Professor and Head of Acting at Wright State University and brings the work into the Acting and Movement curriculum.
Cathy is Principal Lecturer for the University of Washington’s Professional Actor Training Program, Director of the Alexander Technique Training and Performance Studio in Seattle, and Associate Director/Research Director for BodyChance (Japan). Cathy’s well-known abilities to observe and analyze movement in relationship to artistic performance has made her a popular coach in Seattle and internationally for musicians and dancers, speakers and teachers as well as actors
Sheila is a director, movement specialist, performer and devisor of original theater in New York City. With an extensive background in new work and Shakespeare, Sheila is committed to non-traditional theatrical performance that is literary, music-driven and physical.
Holly is a NYC-based professional actor, writer and Alexander Technique teacher. Holly certified in AT and completed her MFA at the Boston Conservatory. Holly has taught Alexander Technique for the Opera Nuova summer training program, assistant taught with Belinda Mello at the Barrow Group and offers private lessons and group AT classes for actors in NYC in collaboration with AT Motion, fusing her knowledge of AT with her experience as a working actor.