Judith trained as a musician at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and then went on to train to be an Alexander teacher with Mr Macdonald and Shoshanna Kaminitz.
Judith is now one of the Alexander teachers at the Royal College of Music and at the Junior Royal Academy of Music. She is assistant head of training at LCATT (London Centre for Alexander Technique and Training).
Judith collaborated with Sue Merry on their (as yet unpublished!) book "Edukindness", about teaching children and young people the Alexander technique.
Judith co-wrote ‘The Alexander Technique for Musicians’ with Peter Buckoke, published by Bloomsbury 2014.
Judith helps to coordinate the STAT Education Special Interest group. She regularly gives workshops and talks on Alexander in Education.
Judith also teaches Tai Chi and lives in London with Peter Buckoke and their two sons.
Sue is generally recognised as a pioneer and world expert on teaching the Alexander Technique to children aged 3-11 in a school environment.
Sue began her ground-breaking work with children in 1994 in a local primary school where she began to devise unique ways of teaching that aimed to integrate the work into the regular school day. In 1997 she was a founder member of Educare Small School in Kingston upon Thames, UK. At Educare she evolved ways of integrating Alexander work seamlessly into the school day. This enables regular teaching staff to carry on the work whether or not an Alexander teacher is present. She took some elements from other, complementary disciplines, and used them to help to teach and reinforce the Alexander principles. The aim being to make the learning accessible and, above all, fun.
Sue still occasionally teaches at Educare but mostly now focuses her attention on training and helping other Alexander Teachers to carry on with this work, both at Educare and beyond, and on documenting and promoting the work of this unique school for future generations.
Sue also teaches the Alexander Technique to riders and horses. EquiPosture