Emma Alter, Violin/viola


Emma has been a qualified Feldenkrais teacher since 2015, and a Feldenkrais devotee for over 20 years. She brings with her over two decades experience of professional performance at a world class level, playing with groups such as Academy of Ancient Music, Gabrieli Consort, English Baroque Soloists, along with a pedagogical practice of teaching violin and viola teacher to both children and adults for over twenty years. 

She is the regular Feldenkrais Teacher for the Musicians Union, where she has been giving regular classes and workshops to the whole gamut of musicians, pop, classical, jazz, vocal and instrumental.

Emma has been a guest lecturer at the Royal College of Music, the Royal Northern College of Music, The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Future Talent, and even the British Army, bringing her brand of pedagogy to how to use Feldenkrais to become better performers and musicians.


Anita Morrison, Voice


An Alumna of the GSMD and National Opera Studio, Anita’s performing career spanned opera, oratorio and lieder. She is particularly known for her teaching of trebles and was awarded an Honorary ARSCM in 2017 in recognition of her outstanding work in this area. She also teaches choral scholars at Cambridge University and is a vocal coach to The London Symphony Chorus. An intrinsic belief in the importance of good body use led Anita to train as a Feldenkrais Practitioner.  She has given Feldenkrais workshops for singers at the GSMD, Leeds College of Music and for Voice Workshop and the British Voice Association.


Niall O'Riordan, Flute


Irish flutist Niall O’Riordan enjoys an international career as soloist and teacher. He received an MA and BMus from Cork School of Music, Ireland, and since 2011, has been mentored by Sir James Galway. In 2014 he was awarded the rising star award by Sir James Galway at the Galway International Flute Festival where he has also taught Feldenkrais classes since 2012.

A certified Feldenkrais Method practitioner, he is recognised for his completely holistic approach to flute playing and teaching, drawing inspiration from psychology, neurolinguistic programming (NLP), yoga, metaphysics and visualisation.

He has published two successful Feldenkrais audio learning programs for flutists, and is a regular contributor for PAN magazine and the Journal of the British Flute Society.


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