Ed Bouchard offers Alexander Technique lessons in the Andersonville neighborhood on Chicago’s north side. He is a senior Alexander Technique teacher with over 30 years of experience in private lessons and academic classes. Ed is also a writer and musician. He is an author and editor of books on the Alexander Technique, cognitive strategy learning theory and practice, and psychophysical measurement. In March 2014, he led a workshop in experiential learning at Balance Arts Center in New York City. He has taught Alexander Technique at the Music Institute of Chicago, Columbia College, Victory Gardens Theatre, and Act One. Ed is a co-founder of the American Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (AmSAT). He earned his Alexander teacher certification under the direction of Goddard Binkley, and an MPH Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he was a recipient of a NIOSH Fellowship in Health and Safety. Currently, he plays accordion in klezmer, Latin, and gypsy jazz ensembles. To learn more, contact Ed at ed@edbouchard.com, or call 773 728 3235

Ed Bouchard performing on accordian at Make Music Chicago

Ed Bouchard performing on accordian at Make Music Chicago