Alexander Technique is a practical study of the principles of coordination, movement, habit, and awareness.

Through guidance and basic anatomical information, this technique helps you to access innate coordination, achieving ease, grace, comfort, strength, and flexibility in your profession or craft, such as singing and performing, as well as in the activities of everyday life.

Alexander Technique also works with performance anxiety, injury rehabilitation, and chronic pain.  Teachers of the Alexander work help you notice how and when you are working harder then you need to, realize your habitual movement patterns, and learn to make changes on your own.

For class information, contact Molly Kittle or visit the Floorspace Calendar.


Julie Rothschild

Julie is currently offering an advanced program of study for Alexander Technique students who wish to train to become AT Teachers, who want to more deeply integrate AT into their work, and who are recently certified AT Teachers. Julie specializes in working with performing artists, athletes and active individuals who face the challenges of injury, surgery and the aging body. Beginning September 2017: Alexander Technique weekly classes that focus on fitness. For information on classes and upcoming weekend workshops, contact

I began studying AT in the early 90s after numerous knee surgeries left me in a rather precarious position.  As a dancer and an athlete, I was accustomed to pushing through pain and ignoring the messages my body was trying to tell me.  Alexander Technique showed up at the moment that I was ready to listen and bring a new awareness to how I was moving through this world.  I have studied AT all over the world and received my certification from the Chesapeake Bay Alexander Studies program in Greensboro, NC in 2007.  Since then, I have offered workshops throughout the US as well as in México, Switzerland, Spain, Ireland and Canada.

Molly Kittle

Wednesday and Friday afternoons, some Saturday mornings, and additional hours upon request

Molly Kittle is a versatile singer and educator whose experience and love of performing spans the genres of opera, Baroque, contemporary classical, jazz, and world folk styles.  

Ms. Kittle holds a Bachelor of Music degree in classical vocal performance from University of Denver and has postgraduate education in voice performance and pedagogy from Northwestern University.  Additional training includes the International Institute of Vocal Arts in Italy, extensive training in the Body-Breath-Sound technique method, and current enrollment in an Alexander Technique teacher certification with the Alexander Alliance Southwest School where she trains with teachers in the Southwest, Pacific Northwest, and Japan.