Stacy Gehman was educated as a physicist, has worked as a research and development engineer since 1966, and currently researches new computer techniques for analyzing the electrocardiogram. He began studying the Alexander Technique in 1977, moving to Lincoln, NE in 1980 to apprentice with Marjorie Barstow. While living in Lincoln, Stacy began teaching by assisting Marj in her public classes and in Summer Intensive Workshops. In 1986 he moved to Seattle to help form The Performance School, a Center for the Alexander Technique. Through The Performance School he has taught many intensive workshops each year, as well as weekly introductory classes, and teacher training classes and intensives. He also arranges and teaches Alexander workshops for groups with focused interests. Stacy has also been a student of Tai Chi Chuan since 1973 and has taught classes and workshops integrating Tai Chi and Alexander work. He has published articles on the Alexander Technique in The Alexander Review, the Congress Papers of the 3rd International Alexander Congress, and the Journal for Anthroposophy. Stacy is a faculty member of the Barstow Institute where he teaches each year at the Barstow/Alexander Technique Summer Institute, sponsored by Doane University in Crete, Nebraska. Stacy is an Alexander Technique International Certified Teacher.

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