Jocelyn Vorenberg obtained her certification from AmSAT (American Society for the Alexander Technique), the largest professional organization of Alexander Technique teachers in the United States. As a certified AmSAT teacher, Jocelyn has completed 1600 hours of coursework. She currently has a private practice and leads workshops in the Alexander Technique to children and adults.
As a violinist in the Richmond Symphony since 2003, Jocelyn’s passion for the Alexander Technique started when she searched for a solution for the chronic pain she felt when playing the violin. She began weekly lessons with the Alexander technique, and attributes this method to her success in performing and practicing the violin. Jocelyn holds degrees from Interlochen Arts Academy, Rice University, and the Cleveland Institute of Music, and a doctorate from The Catholic University of America. She has taught at Virginia Commonwealth University, Interlochen Summer Arts Camp, The Cleveland Institute of Music Preparatory Program, and The Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro, North Carolina. In addition to her passion for teaching both Alexander Technique and violin, Jocelyn frequently plays solo and chamber music recitals with colleagues throughout the country.