George I. Lister is a teacher of the F. M. Alexander Technique as certified by the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT). He began his studies of the Technique in New York City in 1986 and trained at The Center for The Alexander Technique in Menlo Park, California beginning October, 1991. He received his teacher certification from AmSAT in July, 1994, and continued advanced studies with Troup Matthews in New York City, Frank Ottiwell, in San Francisco, and Walter Carrington in London. He maintains private teaching practices in San Francisco and Redwood City, California and is the founder and director of The Northern California Center for the Alexander Technique, a teacher training course leading to certification by AmSAT. He is a founding member of the "Bay Area Alexander Technique", (), a consortium of Alexander teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Sally Porter Munro began her studies of the Alexander Technique in London, and trained with Frank Ottiwell at the Alexander Technique Institute of San Francisco. She was certified as a teacher by the American Society for the Alexander Technique, (AmSAT), in 1996. She sings with the San Francisco Opera, and has an extensive singing teaching practice in San Francisco where she is a faculty member of the Young Women's Choral Project (). Sally specializes in teaching the application of the Alexander's principles to the use of the voice at The Northern California Center for the Alexander Technique. She is a member of the "Bay Area Alexander Technique", (), a consortium of Alexander teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area.