Bruce Fertman is the founding director of the Alexander Alliance International, the Grace of Sense Online School, and the WalkingWay™. He has been teaching people how to move well for 60 years. He brings a lifetime of training as a movement artist and educator to his work, having trained in gymnastics, modern dance, ballet, contact improvisation, Alexander Technique, tai chi chuan, aikido, chanoyu (Japanese tea ceremony), Argentine tango, and kyudo. 
Bruce has worked as a movement coach for the Berlin Philharmonic, Radio France, the National Symphony in Washington D.C., the Honolulu Symphony, the Curtis Institute of Music, and most recently for Jeong Ga Ak Hoe, a traditional Korean Music Ensemble in Seoul, South Korea. He taught at the Five College Dance Program in Amherst, Massachusetts; the Tango community in Buenos Aires; the College of Physiotherapy in Gottingen, Germany; and Temple and Rutgers universities.
He is author of Teaching by Hand/Learning by Heart: Delving into the Work of F.M. Alexander and The Way In/The Way Out: Renderings of the Tao Te Ching.  Bruce’s newest book, coauthored with Michael J. Gelb, is Walking Well: A New Approach to Experiencing Comfort and Vitality in Every Step