Sami Pincus has been a teacher of the Alexander Technique for 27 years and is certified by The American Society for the Alexander Technique and The Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique. She brings extensive training and experience to her teaching practice and to her work with performers and public speakers to improve their connection with themselves, their material and their audience. In addition to individual and small group lessons, she offers classes, workshops, coaching and rehearsal support.
Sami is Chair of the Committee for the Alexander Technique and the Performing Arts within the American Society for the Alexander Technique.
Master of Science, Counseling, February 1995
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Bachelor of Arts, Theater Arts, May 1987
Brown University, Providence, RI
Alexander Technique, Post-Graduate Term, July 1993
Constructive Teaching Centre, London, UK
Alexander Technique, 1600-hour Certification, June 1991
Alexander Institute of Boston, Cambridge, MA
Participation in lessons and classes with Alexander Technique teachers Elisabeth Walker, Marjorie Barlow, Peggy Williams, Walter Carrington, Dilys Carrington, Glynn MacDonald, Rivka Cohen, Ruth Kilroy, Caren Bayer, Joan Murray, Alex Murray, John Nicholls, Jean Clark and Eyebody teacher Peter Grunwald.
Certified Teacher and Teaching Member
American Society for the Alexander Technique
Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, UK
Alexander Technique International