Meg W. Jolley

Lecturer in Theatre and Dance
  • Expertise


    Meg Jolley is an AmSAT-certified Alexander Technique teacher and expert in the application of the Alexander Technique and other somatic movement techniques in the performing arts, athletics and daily life. She is also a dancer and choreographer.

    Research Interests

    • Movement research
    • Coordination
    • Stage/performance presence

    Areas of Expertise


    • Alexander Technique for performing artists, athletes and every day life
    • Experiential anatomy/kinesiology
    • Mind in motion (study of developmental movement, coordination, sensory awareness)
    • Explorations in somatic movement techniques (Bartenieff Fundamentals, yoga, tai chi, qi gong, Alexander Technique, Pilates)
    • Beginning ballet technique
  • Work


    "Mind in Motion: A Look into How and Why "The Right Thing Does Itself," AmSAT News (the journal for the American Society for the Alexander Technique), Winter 2009

  • Education

    Recent Courses Taught

    • Alexander Technique and Pedagogy
    • Alexander Technique in Motion
    • Anatomy and Kinesiology
    • Somatic Movement Techniques
    • The Mind in Motion