Alan Philps trained at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney, Australia and he moved to London to study voice with Florence Norberg in 1976. He trained at CTC 1983–85 and has worked on the training course since then. Alan conducts voice work at CTC weekly. He was appointed assistant head of training in 2008. He has a private practice at the CTC as well as Wedmore, Somerset.
Gloria Pullan Gloria Pullan trained at CTC from 1981–1984 under the tuition of Walter and Dilys Carrington and has been teaching regularly at the CTC training course ever since. She rode horses from an early age and trained as a riding instructor and horse trainer. She specialises in Alexander Technique saddle work and is a guest teacher on many AT teacher training courses and riding workshops both in the UK and in many countries abroad. She maintains a private practice in Hitchin, Hertfordshire and Ely, Cambridgeshire.
Jackie Coote was introduced to the Alexander Technique in 1992, while working as a casting director and photographic stylist in advertising and television. Having benefited greatly from the Technique, she trained with Walter and Dilys Carrington 1996–98 and has taught on the training course since 2004. Jackie has also taught the Alexander Technique at Kensington and Chelsea College, and currently maintains a busy private practice in Fulham.
After a career as a professional cellist, Hellen Heaton-Takayama trained at CTC 1981–85. During this time Hellen had her first son, with the second arriving in 1987. She has taught at CTC since 1998 and runs a private practice in south east London.
Thomas Pope studied languages (Edinburgh University) and music (Guildhall School of Music and Drama). His first course of Alexander lessons were with Astrid Cox, then with Ron Murdock and Glynn MacDonald. He later joined CTC, completing his training in 1994, since when he has been teaching the Technique mainly from his home in Tufnell Park, North London.