MFA, ATI, began studying the Alexander Technique and other somatic disciplines in 1980. She studied with Marjorie Barstow, Bill Conable, Martha Hansen and others. Qualifying to teach the Alexander Technique in 1986, she is a Teaching Member and Sponsor of Alexander Technique International. Since 2004 Robin has directed CBAS, an Alexander Technique teacher training program in Greensboro, NC. From 1993-1999 she was the director of the Kyoto Alexander Program in Japan. She is the author of What Every Dancer Needs to Know About the Body (GIA Publications) as well as numerous articles.
Robin teachers annually at several residential AT workshops and has taught in numerous universities. She teaches developmental movement and dance to people with special needs and has had great success helping children with autism improve their coordination and social skills. Robin has been dancing her entire life. Her choreography has been presented internationally. She received an award for outstanding solo dance performance from the Maryland State Arts Council. When not traveling to teach, Robin resides in Annapolis, Maryland and is an avid swimmer and gardener.