Tasha Miller (1954–2015), Indian born British teacher of the Alexander Technique.
Tasha Miller was born in Sutna, India. The family moved in Swindon, England, in the late 1960s. She studied Fine Art at St. Martin’s in London before moving to study dance and drama at Dartington College of Arts in Devon. She started training as a teacher with Aksel and Jeanne Haahr in Totnes in 1979, qualifying in 1983. She set up practice in Cardiff and taught members of the then BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra and the Welsh National Opera. With other teachers she opened the Cardiff Centre of the Alexander Technique. In 2005 she moved to Canada where she died in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Together with her husband, David Langstroth, she wrote and published an introductory book to the Technique, Freedom in Thought and Action, first as a PDF in 2006, and then as a paperback in 2007.
‘Tasha Miller’ by Tim Kjeldsen.
Tasha Miller 1954 – †8 September 2015.