Sarah Silva is an AmSAT certified teacher and a graduate of the Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles. In addition to her private practice, Sarah teaches the Alexander Technique at UCLA, California State University Fullerton, and Chapman University Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music. Sarah will work with the National Children's Choir for their 2017-2018 season, and regularly teaches workshops on the Alexander Technique to groups of musicians and actors of all levels in the greater Los Angeles area. She also enjoys volunteering at The Better Angels Festival (a healing arts festival) and at various Health Fairs in Southern California.
Sarah has experience working with various populations including children, musicians, actors, artists, film makers, yoga teachers, martial artists, and physical therapists, as well as those with anxiety, recent joint replacements, neuropathy, and back pain.
In addition to her Alexander Technique certification, Sarah holds a Masters Degree in Music (Vocal Performance).
Sarah Silva was first introduced to the Alexander Technique while studying vocal performance at the Hall-Musco Music Conservatory at Chapman University in Orange, California. Sarah continued to study the Alexander Technique throughout her time at Chapman under the tutelage of Denise Dumeyer and Pamela Blanc.
After completing her undergraduate degree, Sarah moved to Fort Collins, Colorado as an Apprentice Artist with Opera Fort Collins, and continued her studies in vocal performance at Colorado State University.
Sarah graduated with her Masters Degree in Colorado, and moved back to California to train as an Alexander Technique teacher. She completed her training at the Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles under the direction of Pamela Blanc, Michael Frederick, Sydney Laurel Harris, Lyn Charlsen Klein, Babette Markus, and Frances Marsden.