NORTHWEST REGION

Max Mendez

Location: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Instrument: Voice

Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2020

Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Website: www.maxjmendez.net
 
Contact: mjmendez@nic.edu

Max Mendez is a Professor of Music and Director of Choirs at North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. For the last fifteen years he has conducted the NIC Cardinal Chorale, Chamber Singers, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, and Cardinal Voices. Choirs under his direction have performed concerts in Mexico, San Francisco, and Carnegie Hall.
 

He is an active guest conductor, clinician, presenter, and adjudicator for festivals and workshops internationally, and throughout Idaho and Washington. Max has served as a conductor and musical director for Eastern Washington University, Spokane Civic Theater, and Coeur d’Alene Summer Theater. Max is currently the president for the Idaho chapter of the American Choral Directors Association.
 

As a performing artist he has spent the last thirty years as a concert, theater, and opera artist. He has sung to critical success in the Northwest Bach Festival, the Spokane Symphony, and Spokane Opera.

As an opera artist, he has performed with Los Angeles Music Center Opera, Opera Pacific, Spokane Symphony Orchestra, Spokane Opera, Opera Idaho, and Inland Northwest Opera. He has performed with many of the finest concert ensembles in the Inland Northwest including the Spokane Symphony Orchestra, Walla Walla Symphony, and Mid-Columbia Symphony. His versatility as a singer ranges from opera and oratorio to musical theatre, cabaret, and popular styles. As an ensemble singer, Max has toured China with Kentucky Harmony and the Chuck Nation Band. Max was a founding member and artistic director of Spokane Choral Artists and a proud member of both Male Ensemble Northwest (MEN) and Spokane Kantorei.

 

Max Mendez is a licensed Body Mapping teacher through the Association for Body Mapping Education and has presented workshops and sessions throughout the Northwestern United States and for the Fifth Shenzhen Choral Expo (China).

 
 
 

Shawn L. Copeland

Location: Moscow, Idaho and Seattle, Washington
Instrument: Clarinet
B.M., Performance, Stetson University
M.M., University of North Carolina at Greensboro
M.A., Arts Management, University of Central Florida
D.M.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Certified Teacher Member of Alexander Technique International
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2016
Performing Artist and Clinician for Buffet Crampon USA
Performing Artist for Gonzalez Reeds
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Website: www.atclarinet.com
 
Contact: shawnlcopeland@gmail.com

Dr. Shawn L. Copeland is the Assistant Professor of Clarinet and Alexander Technique at the Lionel Hampton School of Music at the University of Idaho. Passionate about holistic teaching and the inclusion of the body in the creative process, he is an accredited teacher of Alexander Technique and a specialist in Body Mapping. His training in Alexander Technique included Body Mapping at the core of the curriculum. He earned his certification in 2006, after studying with Dr. Marsha Paludan, Robin Gilmore, and Glenna Batson. He continues to apprentice with William Conable, the originator of the Body Mapping, incorporating new discoveries from both of their teaching practices. Shawn travels extensively giving presentations, master classes, and workshops at universities and conferences including the International Clarinet Association’s ClarinetFest, Idaho Music Educators National Conference, Clarinet Festivals at the University of Southern Alabama at Birmingham, University of Southern Mississippi, University of South Texas at Brownsville, and the University of Texas Clarinet Colloquium. He spends his summers teaching at the Stetson University Summer Clarinet Clinic, the Eastern Music Festival where he is the resident teacher of Alexander Technique and Body Mapping, and Freedom and Ease of Movement, an Alexander Technique residential workshop in Spokane, Washington. He is the author of the upcoming publication, What Every Clarinetist Needs to Know about the Body. An advocate for new music and an avid chamber musician, he is a founding member of TOSCA Duo, Relevents Wind Quintet, and Hammers & Reeds Trio. He is the principal clarinetist of the Washington/Idaho Symphony and has served as the auxiliary and principal clarinetist with the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, the Winston-Salem Symphony, the Fibonacci Chamber Orchestra, the Novus Chamber Ensemble, and Southern Winds. Dr. Copeland is a performing artist and clinician for Buffet Crampon USA and Gonzalez Reeds.

 
 

Stephanie Cooke

Location: Oregon
 
Instrument: Piano
M.M., Piano Performance, Portland State University
B.M., Piano Performance under the study of Dr. John Pickett
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Contact: stephanie@bodymap.org

Stephanie Cooke is a Licensed Body Mapping Educator who actively teaches and performs in Portland, Oregon. She is a solo and collaborative pianist and instructor to students of all ages. Stephanie engages in a wide variety of musical genres as a pianist, both locally and internationally. Along with her own classical and jazz piano projects, she has recently recorded and performed all over the United States and the UK with the indie-pop band, The Von Trapps. In addition, she has made guest appearances with the internationally famous band, Pink Martini.

Stephanie has recorded on a number of different albums including but not limited to The Andrew Endres Collective, Piano! Push! Play!, and The Von Trapps. She recently became a Licensed Body Mapping Educator under the study of Professor Lisa Marsh.

 

Caren Jensen

Location: Oregon
Instrument: Voice
B.A., Music Education with focus on vocal performance, Oregon State University, Corvallis
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2006
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Contact: carenwgc@aol.com

Caren Jensen has taught in the Salem-Keizer School District for a number of years and founded the Willamette Girlchoir 18 years ago in Salem, Oregon where she still serves as their Artistic Director. Caren maintains an active voice studio, teaching young developing singers as well as high school, young adults and seniors. She is an active member of MENC, ACDA, and NATS.
 

The primary focus of Caren’s teaching for the past eighteen years has been with developing the “art of singing” in the young voice through her work with children’s choirs. Caren works with young college students as they embark upon their careers as new teacher of music in the areas of managment, vocal health for the young voice and beginning theory for children. Caren has studied conducting with Constantina Tsolainou, Dr. Doreen Rao as well as Kathryn Olson and Ron Jeffers. She has studied vocal health with Leon Thurman of the Voice Care Network in Minneapolis. Her private vocal teachers include: Mrs. Exine Bailey, Marie Peak, Constantina Tsolainou, Ruth Dobson and Cynthia McGladrey.

 

Katherine Jun

Location: Oregon
Instrument: Voice
B.M. and M.M., Ewha Womans University College of Music
M.M., Portland State University
D.M.A., Vocal Performance, University of Washington
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2006
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Contact: kyongsookrha@hanmail.net

Katherine teaches Vocal Pedagogy and Voice at Ewha Woman’s University and Yonsei University College of Music in Korea and Portland Community College. She is a member of NATS, MTNA , and OMTA (Oregon Music Teachers Association). She has translated the following books into Korean: “The Movement and Structure of the Breathing” by Barbara Conable, “How to Learn the Alexander Technique” by Barbara Conable and “What Every Singer Need to Know about the Body” by Melissa Malde, MaryJean Allen and Kurt-Alexander Zeller.

 

Anita King

Location: Oregon
Instrument: Piano
D.M.A., Performance and Pedagogy, University of Iowa
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2000
Alexander Technique International Certified Alexander Technique Teacher, 2003
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Contact: aking@willamette.edu

Anita King performs extensively as solo pianist and chamber musician and has collaborated with internationally renowned artists including clarinetist David Shifrin, cellist Fred Sherry, the Zephyros Wind Quintet and the Ridge String Quartet. The focus of Anita’s work in recent years has been the intimate connection between musical analysis, interpretation, and movement and she has given presentations and workshops at conferences, music festivals, and universities nationwide. Anita is Professor of Music at Willamette University where she teaches piano, accompanying, chamber music,innovative courses on creativity for the general education curriculum, and a course on the Alexander Technique and Body Mapping for musicians. She is founder and director of the Grace Goudy Distinguished Artists Series.
 

Since 1997, King has been immersed in the field of kinesthetic re-education as it relates to musicians’ health. King began studying with Barbara Conable in the spring of 1998 and became a licensed Body Mapping Educator in the fall of 2000. She has been a certified teaching member of Alexander Technique International since 2003 and for 15 years has been integrating the work of Dorothy Taubman which provides movement re-education for pianists.

 

Catherine Lee

Location: Oregon
 
Instrument: Oboe
 
B.M., Oboe Performance, McGill University, 1996
M.M., Oboe Performance, Indiana University, 2001
Performers Diploma, Indiana University, 2002
D. Mus., Oboe Performance, McGill University, 2006
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2009 
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons

Website: www.catherinemlee.com
 
Contact: catmlee@hotmail.com

A diverse musician, Catherine Lee has performed extensively on the oboe and the English horn as a solo, chamber and orchestral musician. She has performed with many orchestra’s including Oregon Symphony, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, l’orchestre symphonique de longueuil, Evansville Philharmonic (IN), and Edmonton Symphony.  In July 2010, her reed trio, the Umbrella Ensemble and dancer Camille Renarhd premiered the site specific work REEDS, composed by Emily Doolittle, at the Sound Symposium (St. John’s, Newfoundland).
 

Catherine has an interest in the role of improvisation in the development of creativity and voice of a performer. She has presented lecture-recitals at The Embodiment of Authority – Perspectives on Performances (Helsinki, Finland), The Performer’s Voice (Singapore), Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium – Improvising Bodies, (Guelph, Canada) and College Music Society (Seattle, WA). Catherine’s doctoral document “The Language of the Oboe Virtuoso in the Late Eighteenth Century” has been published in the IDRS Journal.
 

Catherine became interested in Somatics during her graduate studies at Indiana University.  She pursued this interest during her doctoral work at McGill University, completing an independent project entitled ‘Applications of the Feldenkrais Method for Oboists’ and subsequently her comprehensive exams, for which she studied Alexander Technique, Dalcroze Method and Laban-Bartenieff Movement Fundamentals, among other Somatic practices. Upon moving to Portland, Oregon, she was introduced to Body Mapping, and has since had the opportunity to be a teaching assistant to Lisa Marsh at Portland State University and work with Amy Likar and Barbara Conable. Catherine is a Licensed Body Mapping Educator.
 

Principal teachers include Theodore Baskin, Nicholas Daniel and Normand Forget.

 

Thomas Mark

Location: Oregon
 
Instrument: Piano
 
A.B., M.A. and Ph.D., Columbia University
Author, What Every Pianist Needs to Know About the Body (GIA Publications, 2004)
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2000
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons

Website: www.pianomap.com
Contact: tom@pianomap.com

Thomas Mark studied piano in New York with David Bar-Illan and Jeannette Haien. From 1994 to 1999 he attended the Taubman summer Institute of Piano where he served for three years as a Practice Assistant. He studies the Taubman technique with Robert Durso, and Alexander Technique and Body Mapping with Barbara Conable. He is an adjunct faculty member at Marylhurst University and has served as president of the Lincoln County district of the Oregon Music Teachers Association.
 

He has taught the course What Every Pianist Needs to Know About the Body at various locations in Oregon, New Mexico and North Carolina, and, since its inception, at the Piano Wellness Seminar held each summer at Gardner Webb University. From 1992 until 2001 he was organizer and principal pianist of the Newport Coffee Concerts, a chamber music series in Newport, Oregon. Tom is a resident of Portland, Oregon where he teaches piano and Body Mapping. He is available to teach the course throughout the United States and Canada.

 

Lisa Ann Marsh

Location: Portland, Oregon
Instrument: Piano
 
B.S., Music and M.M., Piano Performance, Portland State University
Body Mapping Educator Sponsoring Teacher, 2010
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2004
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
Website: www.coordinatemovement.com
Contact: L88marsh@comcast.net

Lisa Marsh is a member of the adjunct piano faculties at Marylhurst University, Portland State University and Portland Community College. As Director of the Coordinate Movement Program for Pianists at Portland State University she specializes in retraining injured pianists. Her additional background in somatic education includes 19 years as a Registered Nurse in the fields of Neurosurgery and Emergency Medicine, 8 years of piano technique study at the Taubman Institute of Piano and 5 years of study of the Alexander Technique and Body Mapping with Barbara Conable. She is also a Body Mapping Educator Sponsoring Teacher.
 

Ms. Marsh is principle Keyboard with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra, and pianist with the Onyx Chamber Ensemble and the Marsh- Titterington Piano Duo.

 

Cynthia McGladrey

Location: Oregon
Instrument: Voice
 
B.M.E., Portland State University
M.M., in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy, University of Oregon
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2005
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
Contact: cmcgladrey@comcast.net

Cynthia is an instructor of studio voice, assistant choral director, director of Handbell Ringers, and teaches Body Mapping for Musicians at George Fox University. She maintains a private vocal studio in Salem, teaching music educators and adult professional students. Cynthia is a choral clinician and vocal adjudicator in high schools, mid-high and universities throughout the Northwest. She has been on the voice faculty at Oregon State University, Linfield College, Mount Hood Community College and Western Oregon University. Cynthia served as coordinator of music ministries and director of children’s music at Salem First United Methodist Church from 1996-2007.
 

As an Licensed Body Mapping Educator, Cynthia is active teaching Body Mapping for musicians. She is the instructor of “Body Mapping for Musicians I”, a full curriculum course at George Fox University, offered each fall semester. “Body Mapping for Musicians II” is now offered as well. Cynthia teaches throughout the northwest in workshops, master classes, choral clinics, and individual sessions. She has been a Body Mapping presenter with the Music Educators Conference, American Choral Directors Association, and National Association of Teachers of Singing. Her emphasis is sharing Body Mapping information with fellow musicians to promote balanced, efficient and free body movement for music educators and musicians of all ages.

 

Christine Meadows

Location: Oregon
Instrument: Voice

Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2007
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
Contact: meadowsc@pdx.edu

Mezzo Soprano Christine Meadows has performed as a soloist in concerts and opera throughout the U.S.A. Highlights of her singing career included two seasons at New York City Opera, performances with the Orchestra of Mallorca, Spain, the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, numerous American symphonies and opera companies. Since returning to her childhood home in Oregon, she appeared in more than 20 productions with Portland Opera and has been a frequent soloist with the Oregon Symphony, Opera Theater Oregon and many NW music organizations.
 

In 2006 Ms. Meadows accepted a position as the Professor of Voice and Director of Opera at Portland State University. She was honored to receive the 2012 Maseeh Award for the outstanding Fine and Performing Arts Faculty Member. Ms. Meadows incorporates “Body Mapping for Singers” into her Vocal Pedagogy course and Applied Voice lessons. She recently gave Body Mapping lectures and master classes at Soochow University in China, Ave Maria University and Frost School of Music. Many of her students have been competition winners, invited to young artist programs and have their own careers and singers and teachers.

 

Pollyanna Hancock Moody

Location: Oregon
Instrument: Voice
 
B.A., The King’s University College
M.M. in Voice Performance, Portland State University
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2002
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
Contact: phancock@mymail.marylhurst.edu

Pollyanna has been part of the voice faculty at Maryhurst University in Marylhurst, OR since 2002. In addition to teaching voice, vocal pedagogy and conducting the Marylhurst Chamber Singers, she co-teaches the “Body Mapping for Musicians” course with Lisa Marsh. Pollyanna also teaches private voice and Body Mapping lessons out of her home.
 

Pollyanna has been a member and featured soloist with many groups, including Vivace Voices, Fireside Carolers, and the Oregon Repertory Singers. She has also performed in multiple recitals along the western United States and Canada.

 

Zane Morris

Location: Portland, Oregon
Instrument: Voice
 
B.M., Music Education (Choral Emphasis), Portland State University
M.S., Performance Science, Royal College of Music, London, England
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2019
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
Website: www.aneducationthatmoves.com
Contact: mr.zane.morris@gmail.com

Zane Morris is a Music Educator from Portland, OR. He has performed and conducted choirs across America and Internationally. Highlights include leading solo vocal and choir clinics in Alaska, Oregon, Washington and California, performing in the Anaheim Convention Center Arena with the Salvation Army Western Territorial Youth Chorus and winning the Grand Prix of the 6th Bali International Choir Festival in Bali, Indonesia with the Portland State University Chamber Choir. Zane’s educational focuses are injury prevention and mental/physical health for musicians and he spends time developing curriculum for fellow educators to also create injury free environments.
 

Zane is a Licensed Body Mapping Educator and also owns his own photography and design studio in SE Portland, OR.

 

Susan Riggs

Location: Portland, Oregon
Instrument: Piano

B.A., Oberlin College
M.Ed., Creative Arts in Learning, Lesley College
Dalcroze Certification, Longy School of Music

Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2005
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons

Website: www.susanriggs.com
Contact: riggs4@comcast.net

Susan Riggs puts new students on a secure somatic foundation and helps experienced pianists recover from injury. She teaches “whole body piano,” enlisting student’s kinesthetic awareness to help them understand and play music. She integrates all of her classical and somatic training in her work. In addition to private teaching, Susan offers master classes, is a presenter for Oregon Music Teacher’s Association, and assists in the Coordinate Movement Program at Portland State University.

Desire to recover from injury led Susan to study the Taubman technique. Expanding her inquiry to include Body Mapping has made all the difference in Susan’s success reclaiming and extending her pianism. She also enjoys a new way of being, moving and teaching, with inclusive awareness and ease. Susan loves guiding students to access their own balance and buoyancy in music and in life.  Susan lives in Portland, Oregon, and welcomes students of music and movement.

 

Sherill Roberts

Location: Oregon
Instrument: Cello
 
B.M. and M.M. in Cello Performance, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2009

 
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Website: www.mello-cello.com
 
Contact: shrobert@linfield.edu

Sherill is principal cellist of the Portland Opera orchestra in Portland, Oregon. She teaches cello at Linfield College, and has a large private studio with students of all ages. Her articles on Body Mapping for cellists have been published in the Oregon Cello Society’s quarterly journal. “The Bridge and Bow”.

Sherill came to Body Mapping through the Alexander Technique. After having back surgery for a ruptured disc in her 20s, the doctor recommended a second operation for another disc. Instead, she began her study of the Alexander Technique and Body Mapping, and has never had to have another operation. She is committed to helping other cellists play pain-free and fulfill their musical potential through the study of Body Mapping. Sherill is available for cello master classes and workshops, and welcomes private cello students to her studio.

Her principal teachers include Margaret Rowell, Aldo Parisot and George Neikrug.

 

Monica Sanders

Location: Portland, Oregon
Instrument: Piano
 
B.A. in Romance Languages, University of Oregon
M.A. in Music, Portland State University
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2005
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
Website: www.sanderspianostudio.com
Contact: monica@sanderspianostudio.com

Monica Sanders is a classical and budding jazz pianist in Portland, Oregon where she performs and teaches. She teaches piano and Body Mapping for Musicians at her studio in Southeast Portland and is an adjunct faculty member at Portland Community College.
 

Monica is a member of OMTA and is available for teaching individual Body Mapping students and small groups. She is also available to present the course What Every Musician Needs to Know About the Body.

 

Marieke Schuurs

Location: Oregon
 
Instrument: Voice
 
B.M. and M.F.A., University of California, Irvine
Licensed Body Mapping Educator 2006
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Website: www.cantarevoicestudio.com
 
Contact: marieke@cantarevoicestudio.com

Marieke is a crossover vocal artist and voice trainer who loves live performances, ah-ha moments and the intricacies of the mind-body relationship. Through Cantare Voice Studio, her private studio in Eugene, Oregon, she trains singers and speakers. She has performed with Eugene Opera, Willamette Concert Opera, Oregon Bach Festival and Cascadia Concert Opera, as well as in local classical concerts. Her jazz group, Elegant M, plays throughout the Pacific Northwest. She is currently Managing Director for Cascadia Concert Opera, a non-profit arts organization.
 

Marieke has taught voice at Concordia University in Irvine, Cerritos College in Los Angeles and Lane Community College in Eugene. She has been Chorus Master for Eugene Opera and has conducted childrens’ choirs and church choirs over the years. She started exploring Body Mapping with Barbara Conable in 2002. She now teaches Body Mapping through workshops and in individual sessions. She is continuing her training toward certification in Alexander Technique with Cathy Madden of Seattle, WA. She has been a member of NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing since 1986 and was part of Ms. Ellen Faull’s voice studio in Camas, WA from 2005-2009.

 
 

Laura Jeon

Location: Washington
Instrument: Piano
 
B.M., Piano Performance, Eastman School of Music
M.M., Piano Performance, New England Conservatory
D.M.A., University of Washington School of Music
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2009
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Contact: pianistlaura@gmail.com

Laura Jeon is a piano soloist, collaborative pianist, teacher, and also a Licensed Body Mapping Educator. She has studied Body Mapping and the Coordinate Movement Program for Pianists, which specializes in assisting injured pianists. She was a Teaching Assistant of the Coordinate Movement Program for Pianists and Body Mapping classes at Portland State University (OR).
 

She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance from University of Rochester at Eastman School of Music (NY), her Master’s degree in Piano Performance from New England Conservatory (MA) and her Doctoral of Musical Arts Degree under the guidance of Dr. Robin McCabe and Theory Certificate under the guidance of Dr. Jonathan Bernard in University of Washington at School of Music. She was the recipient of many awards and honors including Howard Hanson Scholarship, George Eastman Scholarship, Piano Departmental Award (Carol Frank Clement), Highest Performance Award (Charles W. Kennett), New England Conservatory Merit Award, New England Conservatory Collaborative Piano Award, Mortar Board Scholarship, Johnson Memorial Scholarship, and Graduate Teaching Assistantship, and was chosen as Lead Teaching Assistant during her university studies.

 

Emerson Pirot

Location: Seattle, Washington & San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Instrument: Voice
Graduate of the Dick Grove School of Music in Los Angeles
B.M. in Jazz Studies (piano), Cal State Northridge
Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2007
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons

Website: www.emersonpirot.com

 
Contact: ep@emersonpirot.com

Emerson Pirot is a jazz vocalist and multi-instrumentalist with over twenty years of professional performing experience. To heal an injury (tendonitis) that resulted from playing the piano, Emerson began to study the Alexander Technique in the early 1990’s. In 2000, an article by Tom Mark on pianists’ injuries opened her to the world of Body Mapping. These two disciplines ultimately provided the information from which she bases all movement – musical and everything else. The process was one of intense self-investigation, evaluation, and retraining of the physical, mental and emotional elements involved in making music. After six years of private lessons and workshops with Barbara Conable, Amy Likar, Lea Pearson, Tom Mark, Kurt-Alexander Zeller, and others, she became a Licensed Body Mapping Educator in 2007.

Emerson teaches workshops, classes, and private lessons in voice, piano, and Body Mapping from her home studio in the Fremont district of Seattle, WA. She also offers clinics for schools, private studios, and choral groups.

 

Kerry Travers

Location: Chelan, Washington
Instrument: Violin
 
B.A. in Biological Sciences, California State University at Sacramento
 Licensed Body Mapping Educator, 2007
25 years as a trained Suzuki Violin Teacher with extensive training from recognized music educator
Available for: Workshops, individual lessons
 
Contact: kerry@bodymap.org

Kerry began studying Body Mapping in 1998 with Barbara Conable because of injury. During the journey to recovery she began including this information in her own teaching to help prevent injury and promote good body use in her students, Kerry realized the great importance of spreading this knowledge to the wider music community and in March 2007 completed her Body Mapping Educator Certification. She has presented lectures and given courses on Body Mapping across the country including at the 2006 and 2008 Suzuki Association of the Americas Conference in Minneapolis, Central Washington University School of Music, Japan Seattle International Suzuki Institute, Woods House Conservatory of Music, Boston University School of Music, and the Kairos Lyceum.
 

As a Licensed Body Mapping Educator, Kerry is available to teach the course “What Every Musician Needs to Know About the Body”, with a particular emphasis on upper strings. She also teaches a shorter selective introduction to the course. In addition, Kerry works individually with musicians in her private studio and is a frequent clinician teaching Body Mapping to young students and their parents.

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