The School for FM Alexander Studies is a center for Alexander Technique learning which offers lessons, workshops, and yoga professional training courses.
David Moore is the director at the School for F.M. Alexander Studies. He graduated from Australia's first Alexander technique training course in Sydney in 1985. Since then, he has established private practices in New Zealand and Melbourne, ran many workshops and residential courses in Australia and New Zealand, and taught classes in the UK, Germany, Japan, and the USA. In 1999, he set up an AUSTAT accredited training course in Melbourne which at present has 16 trainees doing an advanced diploma in Alexander Technique Teaching.
Jenny is the Assistant Director and Teacher at The School for FM Alexander Studies teacher training school since 2003. As part of her work at the school, she runs groups and master classes for the voice and performance day. Since graduating from the Melbourne Alexander Teacher Training School in 1996, Jenny has also maintained a private practice where she teaches musicians and members of the general public who are in pain. She has run 12-week courses at the Victorian College of the Arts Music Dept and Melba conservatorium for their Bachelor degrees. Currently, she is teaching at the VCA in the Drama Department.