photo by Steven Schreiber.

Emily Faulkner

Emily Faulkner is a dancer, improviser, choreographer and dance teacher, based in New York City. She has been an AmSAT certified Alexander Technique teacher since 1999 and is interested in how the Alexander Technique brings one into the “zone” where “the dance dances you.” Her choreography blends improvisation with set movement and has been shown throughout the U.S. and abroad. Faulkner taught as a guest artist at Wesleyan University and has participated as a teacher in many workshops including the Balance Arts Freedom to Move Conferences and the American Society for the Alexander Technique’s AGM. She currently teaches privately, offers workshops and group classes and is the movement coach for Steady Buckets, a youth basketball league. In addition, she regularly teaches presentation skills at the Dauphine in Paris and for the Pierre and Marie Curie English speaking debate team. Most recently Faulkner began teaching balance and movement at the Lighthouse Guild for the visually impaired. Faulkner is dedicated to sharing her passion for embodied improvisation to dancers and movers from all walks of life.

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Spring 2018 Faculty

Upcoming Classes & Events


Past Classes & Events

Alexander Technique

Wed, Apr 4 – May 30, 2018
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Alexander Technique

Wed, Mar 7 – Mar 14, 2018
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Alexander Technique

June 07, 2017
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Alexander Technique

Wed, Apr 5 – May 31, 2017
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Alexander Technique

Wed, Apr 6 – May 25, 2016
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