Geordie MacMinn 

764 S. Marshall Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

(336) 413-4811

Geordie trained as an Alexander Technique teacher at the Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles, earning his AmSAT certification in 2001.  He has earned two post-graduate teacher certifications from the American Center for the Alexander Technique, NYC: The Art of Breathing with Jessica Wolf, (2003) and The Carrington Way of Working with John Nicholls, (2004).  In Los Angeles, Geordie taught voice at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and The Stella Adler Academy of Acting, as well as originating classes in the Alexander Technique into both of the curriculums.  He also taught Alexander to classical singers in the OperaWorks summer training program at Cal State Northridge.  As an actor, he attended the LA City College Theatre Academy, and earned his BA in Acting from California State University at Fullerton.  He has trained and performed with Shakespeare & Company, and has acted in roles in theatre and television.  In 2003, Geordie joined the faculty of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, School of Drama teaching Alexander and Linklater Voice.  Earning his Designation as a Linklater Voice Teacher in 2007, he traveled to Hamburg, Germany in the summer of 2008 to participate in an advanced teacher training with Kristin Linklater in Sound & Movement.  In North Carolina, he has presented workshops in the Alexander Technique to singers and musicians, and maintains a private practice teaching Linklater Voice and Alexander Technique to people from all walks of life.  Member of SAG, AFTRA, VASTA, AmSAT.