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About Phyllis Richmond




Phyllis Richmond, MA, completed the three-year 1,600-hour Alexander Technique Teacher Certification course in England in 1991. She has taught the Alexander Technique for many schools and professional organizations, including:

    University of North Texas
    Southern Methodist University
    Rice University
    Vanderbilt University
    Baylor University
    Texas Women's University
    University of Louisiana
    University of Oklahoma
    Unversity of Texas at Arlington
    National Association of Teachers of Singing
    National Piano Teachers Institute
    Annual Piano Wellness Institute
    Texas Cello Academy
    American Harp Society

Ms. Richmond teaches at the University of North Texas and offers private lessons in Dallas and Arlington, TX. She also teaches general introductory sessions several times a year and offers special summer workshops for singers and instrumentalists. A former dancer and opera director, Ms. Richmond has a masters in dance education from Columbia University Teachers College in NYC. She is a member of both the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT) and the British Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT). She is the Editor of AmSAT's professional journal, AmSAT News.

Call her at 214-769-4502 to discuss how learning the Alexander Technique could help you.