June Chadwick trained at the Alexander Technique Institute in Los Angeles (ATI) and is a certified member of the American Society of Alexander Technique Teachers (AmSAT).
She was introduced to the technique as a student of voice and piano at the Royal Academy of Music in London. She began taking private lessons with Alexander’s niece, Marjory Barlow and group sessions with voice and movement whilst at the Royal Academy of Dramatic art (RADA).
She relied upon the technique during her 30 year acting career in stage, movies and television, claiming the cult roles of Jeanine in ”This is Spinal Tap” and Lydia in “V” . Continuing lessons, she eventually took the 3 year training course at ATI to teach in 2001. She has been a guest teacher for the drama and dance departments at Westmont College and has also taught for the drama, dance and music departments at the California Institute of the Arts.