Emily Faulknerhas been an AmSATcertified teacher of the Alexander Technique since 1999after graduating from the American Center for the Alexander Technique in New York City. Faulkner is a faculty member at Movement Research, where herfield of specialty is the application of the Alexander Technique to improvisation, and she is an adjunct faculty member at Riverside Initiative Alexander Technique, an Alexander training program in New York City, where she teaches an experiential neuroscience class. Coming from a dance background, she has danced with a coterie of downtown choreographers and presented her own work nationally and internationally through Emily Faulkner Dance. Faulkner has expanded the usual reach of the Alexander Technique, and works part time in the pain management department at the Brooklyn Veterans Administration where she teaches AT to military veterans. She spent several years acting as a movement coach for Steady Buckets, a free youth basketball league. In addition, Faulkner teaches a yearly workshop in interview and presentation skills at the Dauphine University in Paris and for the English speaking debate Club at JussieuUniversity in Paris.She has served as an artistic guest teacher at Wesleyan University. Faulkner loves to ski and worked extensively with Erik Bendix and “Ease on Skis.” She is a self-proclaimed movement junkie.