» Pamela Blanc

College of Performing Arts; Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music
Pamela Blanc
Alexander Technique
Office Location:
Bertea Hall 207
With over 35 years of experience, Pamela Blanc is a well-established and respected teacher of the Alexander Technique. Pamela was honored to present the F.M. Alexander Memorial Address in New York City at the 25th Annual American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT) Conference. AmSAT is the largest professional organization of teachers of the Alexander Technique in the United States and Pamela, an active member, was the sole recipient of the AmSAT 2008 Certificate of Merit Award in recognition of her dedication and work with the organization.

Ms. Blanc is a teacher of teachers.  She is a Founding Board Member of The Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles (ATI-LA), a Private Postsecondary School licensed by the State of California to train individuals to become teachers of the Alexander Technique in a three- year program.  Pamela is on faculty at ATI-LA and oversees continuing education programs for Alexander Technique Teachers.

Certified in and the Senior Teacher of Jessica Wolf’s Art of Breathing, Ms. Blanc teaches this work with Ms. Wolf to other Alexander Teachers in Europe and in the U.S.

Pamela’s expertise and contribution to the development of the Alexander Technique is recognized internationally. She has been a Featured Guest Teacher for the International Congress of the F.M. Alexander Technique in Switzerland, 2011, and will be presenting at the upcoming International Congress in Ireland, August 2015, as well as at this year’s AmSAT Conference in Boston, June 2015.

In addition to teaching in the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music at Chapman University and at ATI-LA, Ms. Blanc has a private practice in Los Angele, specializing in working with performers of all ages and levels of performance.  Pamela also is a frequent guest lecturer and presenter at other universities in the area and travels to present and share her understanding of the principles of this technique with other Alexander Teachers.