Molly Kampf is the founder and main teacher at Kansas City Alexander Technique (KC AT). As well, she is a dance theater art maker, performer and movement instructor. In 2016, she presented her teachings on voice and Alexander Technique at the Freedom to ACT Conference (NYC) and worked with teacher trainees at the Philadelphia School for the Alexander Technique. Her previous teaching experiences include Interlochen Center for the Arts, Central Michigan University and Saginaw Valley State University.
Molly has performed, worked and facilitated in Denver, Philadelphia, and all around Michigan. She also specializes in artist business; and has worked for esteemed master teachers Barbara Dilley, Bruce Fertman, Leeny Sack, and Martha Hansen Fertman.
Molly has a MFA in Contemporary Performance from Naropa University, a BFA in Modern Dance from Temple University, holds a teaching certificate in the Alexander Technique from the Philadelphia School for the Alexander Technique and is certified through Alexander Technique International.
“Molly is a brilliant Alexander technician, combining a thorough knowledge of the discipline with an uncanny intuitive sense for her patients. In my four summers working with her, she completely changed the way I view the physical act of playing the clarinet. She was able to get inside my head and go far deeper than to address surface issues. Her work has been critically important in causing me to release tension and open avenues to increase my effectiveness in all areas of performance…technical and musical.” ~Douglas Monroe