Biography: Elizabeth Huebner is senior teacher of the Alexander Technique. Building on a background in modern dance (member of SolChi:Five Women and BodyArtsNetwork) she trained in the Alexander Technique at the School of Alexander Studies in London. She has subsequently worked with many master teachers including Goddard Binkley, Marjorie Barlow, Marjorie Barstow, and Walter and Dilys Carrington. She has taught on teacher training courses in the United States and England and given workshops in Switzerland, France, Holland, England, the United States and most recently Hong Kong. She is published in the Engelberg Congress papers, NASTAT News, and AmSAT News and reviewed dance performances and was co-editor of the Minnesota Choreographer Alliance News. Ms. Huebner is the founder and director of the Connecticut Center for the Alexander Technique, LLC. Since its inception, she has assisted hundreds of students from all over the world and all walks of life to unleash their fullest potential. Her clientele includes professional actors and musicians, Olympic level horse riders, lawyers, opera singers, symphony orchestra members, rock musicians, and people of all ages from all walks of life. Her teaching credits include St. Olaf College, Yale Drama School, The Hartt School, and the University of Connecticut.
You can hear a radio interview and find more information on her website . Read the Spring 2008 UCONN Magazine article featuring her work with actors here .