Celeste Kelly studied the Alexander Technique with the Countess Wielopolska, an original student of F.M. Alexander. She earned her bachelor of arts in psychology from the University of Delaware and her master’s degree in dance therapy from Goucher College.
She is the former director of the Creative Arts Therapy department of Crozer-Chester Medical Center. In 2002 she achieved senior teacher status from the American Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique. Ms. Kelly has taught numerous classes and workshops in the Alexander Technique on both coasts, and she has been featured in various publications including Prevention Magazine, the News Journal, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has demonstrated the Alexander Work on various national and local telecasts. Additional information can be found about Celeste Kelly at her website.
Ms. Kelly joined the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music in 1997.