Antoinette Kranenburg teaches the Alexander Technique elective at the Peabody Institute and through her private practice. She discovered the Alexander Technique in 1978, qualified to teach in 1988, and is certified by Alexander Technique International. Previously she earned degrees in Psychology and Urban & Regional Planning at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

Kranenburg has worked extensively with teachers, dancers, musicians, in the US and overseas. She is experienced with injury prevention and recovery, physical challenges, handling stress, and aging well. She loves dance, Argentine Tango in particular, and enjoys community singing, Tai Chi, yoga, and the outdoors, all of which are enhanced by the Alexander work.

Kranenburg is a certified parenting educator and values Adlerian psychology. She is on the faculty of the summer residential Alexander course at Sevenoaks, near Ruckersville, Virginia, and a visiting teacher at the South Bank Alexander Technique Centre, London, UK, and elsewhere.

In the DC area, Kranenburg has taught Alexander Technique at Catholic University, Potomac Massage Therapy Institute, Baltimore School of Massage, Maryland Youth Ballet, and other organizations, and arranges special teachers’ workshops to encourage developments in the field.