Meg has been on the faculty of Pomona College (Claremont, CA) since
1983. She is a dancer, teacher and choreographer, as well as a Somatic
Movement Educator. This year, at Pomona, Meg has the opportunity to
work with a wide variety of students on movement awareness as it applies
to Athletics—both in terms of peak performance and injury prevention,
the Performing Arts, in fine-tuning the artistic instrument (voice, breath
work, body movement, stage presence and injury prevention throughout
rehearsal and performance processes), and the improvement of general
coordination for students in the functional tasks of daily life. Meg
currently teaches Anatomy-Kinesiology, Explorations in Somatic
Movement Techniques, Beginning Ballet and Mind in Motion (a study of
the evolution of sensory awareness and movement patterning in fetal
and early infant development.) Other classes in her teaching repertoire
are Alexander Technique for the Performing Artist, Limon-based Modern
Dance, improvisation, composition and stretch-placement/injury
prevention techniques for Athletes.
Currently, Meg also teaches Anatomy and Developmental Movement at
the Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles, where she works
primarily with Alexander teachers-in-training.
|Meg Jolley is an AmSAT certified Alexander
Technique teacher, based in Los Angeles.
She teaches at her studio (P.A.C.E.) in
Pasadena, at Pomona College in Claremont,
and at the Alexander Training Institute of
Los Angeles in Santa Monica.
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