Silas Harris, m.AmSAT, was one of the youngest people ever to be certified by the AmSAT board at his time of certification. His teaching focuses on playfulness, curiosity, and taking the stress out of self exploration. Currently, he teaches individual private lessons, and is available for group workshops or specialized classes. Silas is a stage and voice actor, and is passionate about helping people express themselves and find their voices.
As Executive Administrator for Sapientia, Silas strives to improve accessibility to the Alexander Technique, and to help in preserving its history.
For more information about his teaching, go to silasemersonharris.com/alexandertechnique.
Admissions Coordinator/Grant Researcher
Ellie Jackson (she/her) is a New York based actor and theatre artist. Ellie earned a degree in theater through studies at the University of Southern California and the British American Drama Academy in London. As an actor and producer Ellie seeks to develop and participate in projects that share human stories truthfully. She is also the Co-Founder of The Neighborhood Theatre Project, a 501c3 non-profit theatre company dedicated to creating original verbatim theatre through a process rooted in interviews and conversations. Ellie has been regularly studying and practicing the Alexander technique for a number of years, experiencing numerous benefits in her craft and daily life.