Jeff Crockett is a somatic therapist and breath and movement teacher in private practice in Los Angeles.  He also teaches workshops in New York and Rome, Italy.


He has developed his work from over 30 years of teaching breath, movement and voice.  His training began at The Central School of Speech and Drama in London where he received an advanced diploma in voice studies (distinction).  It was there that he began studying the Alexander Technique and other forms of movement and breath work.  


He received his certification to teach the FM Alexander Technique from the Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles in 1995.  He began studying the work of Ilse Middendorf over 20 years ago and is a certified practitioner of Middendorf Breathwork.  He is also influenced by the work of Kesha Fikes, a certified therapist of the Danis Bois Method and a somatic therapist specializing in trauma and attachment-centered manual therapy.


He was the head of voice at The American Conservatory Theater for over 20 years, and for over 10 years he has been a regular guest faculty member at the Accademia Nazionale Silvio d'Amico in Rome, Italy.  

In both group and private work, he is interested in helping people access their innate resources of power, creativity, insight and equilibrium.  His focus is helping people meet themselves deeply, and to grow from the experience of being truly seen and met by another.