Lynn qualified as an Alexander Technique teacher in 1991 following a 3-year training course. She has been a member of staff at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland since 1994 and travels to Glasgow on a regular basis to work there from here home now on the island of Islay in the Southern Hebrides just off the west coast of Scotland. She is currently course leader in Alexander Technique for RCS Short Courses, and mentors on the Transitions 20/40 programme as well as teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students there.
Work experience includes Glasgow, Strathclyde and Stirling Universities, NHS, Glasgow City Council, Health and Safety Executive, BBC, corporate training, and a busy private practice.
She has extensive experience working with a diverse range of interests and conditions and is committed to sharing the Alexander Technique as a means of maximising enjoyment and success in activities and in life!
Other interests include working with Comunn na Gàidhlig in Islay and Lynn will be publishing Òrain Ìleach, Songs of Islay with Acair Books in Autumn 2017. She loves to sing with Còisir Gàidhlig Ìle, the Islay Gaelic choir.