Our Wonderful Team
Michael D. Frederick
Founder & Director
Michael is an internationally recognized teacher in the field of Psychophysical Re-education.
Carol P. Prentice
Malibu, Ojai, Tuscany
Carol trained in the mid-1980s as an Alexander Teacher with Frank Ottiwell in San Francisco, CA.
“The Alexander Technique is not a method of accumulating information nor the art of learning something new. It is, instead, the art of unlearning, which is much more subtle and, sometimes, a more difficult endeavor – unlearning that which is habitual instead of natural – letting go of old patterns and those repetitious opinions arrived at in times and circumstances totally different from those of the present.”
Laura Huxley, Author, Educator
John has been a full-time teacher of the Alexander Technique for 35 years.
Caren Bayer received her certification from Patrick MacDonald in London in 1984.
Pamela Blanc has been teaching the Alexander Technique for over 42 years.
Paolo Frigoli trained as an Alexander Technique teacher in Italy with Frances Robinson and Angelo Cinque, graduating in 1992.
Michael is an internationally renowned author, speaker, and consultant who helps individuals and organizations worldwide find innovative solutions to their most important challenges.
Lauren Hill began studying the Alexander Technique in her 20’s looking for help managing chronic neck, shoulder, and back pain.
Silvia is an Alexander Technique Teacher, Yoga Teacher, and Dancer with 30+ years of teaching experience. She lives in Florence, where she maintains an active teaching and artistic life.
Sabine Pfeffer trained directly with Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais in Amherst, MA, in 1983. By continuing Moshé Feldenkrais’ original research, Sabine Pfeffer has organized numerous conferences and seminars, bringing together a multidisciplinary approach to learning.
Lyn Charlsen Klein
Lyn is currently one of six Co-Directors of the Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles.
Frances trained as an Alexander teacher at the Constructive Teaching Center in London with Walter and Dilys Carrington and has been teaching for over thirty-five years.
Lucia Walker has 35 years of experience teaching AT internationally to both individuals and groups. She is known for gentle, clear, and insightful teaching, along with a sense of curiosity and playfulness.
John Nicholls trained with Walter and Dilys Carrington from 1973 to 1976. He remained with them for eleven years, assisting daily on the teacher training course and maintaining a private practice at their Constructive Teaching Centre.