Meade Andrews is an internationally recognized senior teacher of the Alexander Technique. She currently teaches as guest artist in theatre at Rider University in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, where she also maintains a private practice. In the Princeton area, she offers classes and workshops at Westminster Choir College. Former director of the Dance Program at American University, Meade continues to teach workshops at the Studio Theatre in Washington, DC, her professional base for 20 years. She has also served as an acting teacher, and acting coach for over 30 theatrical productions.
Meade has traveled extensively throughout the US and abroad (Japan, Germany, Australia, Spain), introducing the Alexander Technique to groups of students, teachers, and professionals in the performing arts. Simultaneously she has maintained a private teaching practice in the Alexander Technique, teaching people in all walks of life, including computer workers, teachers, and business professionals. Meade has been a lead presenter at Alexander Technique International Congresses in 2004, 2008, and 2015.