Meet Kay S. Hooper
Kay S. Hooper
B.M., M.M
ATI Certified Alexander Technique Teacher 2000
Certified Andover Educator  2009
Kay S. Hooper - teacher, author, performer - founded
AllSense Press
to fulfill the goal of
publishing Sensory
Tune-ups.  Articles by
Kay have appeared in the Direction and American Music Teacher journals.
The areas of learning in Sensory Tune-ups come from 44 years of piano study, 33 years of piano teaching, and 17 years of Alexander work. During those years, Kay has studied with internationally respected teachers in the U.S. and Great Britain. She studied Body Mapping with
Barbara Conable and Amy Likar.
Kay earned the Bachelor of Music in Education degree from Susquehanna University and the Master of Music in Pedagogy degree from Illinois State University. In May of 2000, she completed a three-year training course in Alexander Technique from The Alexander Alliance in Philadelphia. She is certified by Alexander Technique International. Kay became a certified Andover Educator in November, 2009, which qualifies her to teach the course “What Every Musician Needs to Know about the Body”.                          
Kay owns and operates the Kay S. Hooper Piano and Alexander Technique Studio in Selinsgrove, PA.  She travels to universities and conferences as a guest teacher and is member of the adjunct faculty of Susquehanna University.  She presents Alexander Technique and sensory workshops to musicians and music teachers. To schedule workshops and lessons with Kay, email her at
Kay has travelled to Ithaca College, York College, the Suzuki Association of Northern Ohio, the National Flute Association Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, the Northeast Horn Conference at Mansfield University, and presented at the PMTA State Conference in State College, the SAI National Conference in Chicago, IL, and the Alexander Technique International General Meeting in Falmouth, MA. She is currently teaching AT at Susquehanna University.   To find out more about Kay’s current schedule, click on Where’s Kay?
To read essays on Kay’s ideas on sensory coaching, click on this link to Insights and Delights.