References

References

Jean Louis Rodrigue

University of California, Los Angeles

“She immediately created a sense of calmness in the students, and helped them to enter a new state of profound learning…She was extremely effective in teaching the Alexander Technique for performers; she is uncommonly sensitive and empathetic to the needs of actors. She has a profound understanding and feeling of the relationship between the ideals of the Alexander Technique and its potential impact on the way a performer communicates his or her artform.”

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Margot Fenley

Victorian College of the Arts

“Penny’s expertise and continued passion for the Alexander Technique have helped establish respect and a strong valuing of the practice among our music theatre students and those from other performance disciplines. Her sensitivity, caring and thoughtful nature and attention to detail in working wit students has seen her develop meaningful relationships within our Faculty.”

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Timothy Young

Australian National Academy of Music

“Penny brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that permits her to apply the Alexander principles with ease and great effectiveness. Not only has this instruction been of immense benefit to our talented students bu I have personally benefitted from her guidance and continue to take lessons where possible.”

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Lucy Wharington

Woodleigh School

“My students have always been transformed by this work. Penny has a lovely relaxed, but professional manner that consistently wins them over. I was initially nervous about how the teenagers might respond to the Alexander Technique, but Penny’s knowledge of students’ psychological, emotional and developmental needs, coupled with the strength of the practice was remarkable and transformative”

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More References:

16th Street Actors Studio

Howard Fine Acting Studio Australia

The National Theatre

Brave Studios