Professional | Personal story


Korina is a member of STAT – the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, having trained from 1998-2001 at the Brighton Alexander Training Centre (now the Brighton Alexander Technique College) She is currently DBS checked.

Korina has always had a busy practice teaching one-to-one and giving workshops and talks to a wide variety of organisations. She is sought after for her performing arts experience and currently teaches at

  • RADA, London
  • ACT (Academy of Creative Training), Brighton
  • Hampshire County Youth Orchestra

In the past she has taught at ALRA (Academy of Live and Recorded Arts), The Lir (Ireland's National Academy of Dramatic Arts), the Theatre Arts Foundation degree at Northbrook College, and at the Arts Educational Drama School, London

Korina is the STAT regional Alexander Technique teachers’ representative, and organises regular professional development workshops.
She headed up the organisation of the STAT Conference 2010.
She has given professional development workshops at the STAT Conferences 2012 & 2013, as part of the CPD program 2013 and at the International Alexander Congresses 2011 & 2015
She is a member of the STAT Research Group and the STAT Performing Self team

Personal Story

Korina started having lessons herself in 1994 whilst at university studying sociology. She discovered that it led to the reduction in back and neck pain brought about by habits of tension, as well as from a back injury from Aikido. She continued to have lessons throughout the four years that she spent working as a physical theatre performer and teacher with Frantic Assembly. As well as a reduction in pain and stress, lessons in the Alexander Technique improved the quality of her movement and voice and she was inspired her to embark on a three-year Alexander Technique teacher training course.

She now enjoys applying the Alexander Technique to playing the piano, running, swimming and cycling and to various dance practices – including Lindy Hop, 5 Rhythms, & contact improvisation.

She also has an MA with distinction in Dance & Somatic Well-being from UCLAN and works as a somatic movement facilitator. For more on this go to www.thespaciousself.co.uk