Shellie Cash, free-lance master dance teacher, choreographer and teacher of the Alexander Technique. Former Professor of Dance at the College Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, Shellie taught the Alexander Technique, ballet, pointe, composition/improvisation, modern dance, jazz, flamenco, and theory courses at CCM for eighteen years, the last twelve as Dance Division Head. Shellie has also served on the faculties of Wichita State University, Bucknell University, and University of Florida (New World School of the Arts).
Additionally, she has taught in Joffrey Ballet School New York Summer Satellite Programs for Joffrey West (LA), Joffrey Southwest (Dallas) and Joffrey South (Athens, GA); Interlochen Arts Summer Program, as well as the Guangzhou Ballet Academy, China and the Bartholin International Ballet Seminar at the Royal Danish Ballet in Copenhagen. She holds a B.F.A. in Ballet from University of Utah, a M.A. in Movement Studies and Dance from Wesleyan University and has danced professionally with Ballet West (SLC, Utah), Tanz-Forum (Germany), Ballet Theatre du Silence and Peter Goss Dance Company (France) among others. Shellie has been the recipient of four NCCI/NEA grants and is an ATI certified teacher of the Alexander Technique since 1998. Ms. Cash teaches AT for the SCGSAH dance program while maintaining her private Alexander Technique practice.