Participants at a workshop at the Alexander Technique 9th International Congress 2011

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Photo of Judith Stern, presenter at the Alexander Technique Congress 2015

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Judith Stern trained at ACAT and was certified by AmSAT in 1987. She joined the ACAT Faculty that same year as the Anatomy teacher and became a member of the ACAT Senior Faculty in 1995. Prior to her Alexander training, Judith received her BS and Post-graduate Certificate in Physical Therapy from Simmons College in 1968, and her Masters in Health Education from the University of Florida in 1979. She has served the community as: Vice-President of AmSAT, Chairperson of ACAT, and is faculty at the Alexander Residential Course at UNCSA. She has presented the Technique at Columbia University Medical School, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NYU, the Aspen Music Festival Conference on Medical Problems of Performing Artists, the Verbier Music Festival, and the 9th International Congress of the FM Alexander Technique. Judith was a Director of the 8th International Congress in Lugano, Switzerland, August 2008.

Judith's major influences include Judy Liebowitz, Deborah Caplan, Frank Ottiwell, and Elisabeth Walker. She has also studied with Walter and Dylis Carrington and Shmuel Nelkin and completed Jessica Wolf' first post graduate training in The Art of Breathing. She has been teaching the Alexander Technique privately in Rye, NY for almost 30 years. Her expertise is working with people with issues of Pain.

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