Instructor of Alexander Technique, Interlochen Arts Camp
Teaching Certificate, Alexander Technique, Philadelphia School for the Alexander Technique; B.F.A., Dance, Temple University
Molly Kampf is an Alexander Technique and movement instructor, choreographer and performer. For the past three years she taught the Alexander Technique (A.T.) as well as various dance courses at Central Michigan University. Since living in Mt. Pleasant, MI she has eagerly taken on other projects including A.T. workshops at Saginaw Valley State University and the Commission on Aging, directing The Wizard of Oz for the Hopkins Public Schools and Art In the Park at Deerfield Park. Previously Molly performed professionally in Philadelphia, PA. While there she graduated from the Alexander Alliance and received a BFA in modern dance from Temple University. In the fall she will be moving to Boulder, CO to study theater at Naropa University. Molly is thrilled to develop and teach the Alexander Technique classes for Interlochen's 2012 Summer Arts Camp.