Kajsa Ingemansson is based in Lund/Malmö, Sweden. Apart from running KAMI Performance Works, she is a movement teacher at Malmö Theatre Academy and Fridhems Scenkonststudio. She is also a regular guest teacher at South Bank Alexander Technique Center in London.
She has a B.A. in Theatre and Professional Practice from Coventry University, England. and an M.F.A in Ensemble Based Physical Theatre from Dell'Arte International, CA, USA. In the early 2000s she ran and toured two theatre companies in Sweden: Nowhere Arts & Teater Norna.
2007 to 2014 she resided on Vashon Island outside Seattle, where she was a member of UMO Ensemble. As an actor she was seen in their Final Broadcast, Red Tiger Tales, Rubble Women, El Dorado and Maldoror. She also created and spearheaded UMO School of Physical Arts, where she taught acrobatics & clown.
Ingemansson first studied The Alexander Technique with Joan Schirle and Philip Gerstner at Dell'Arte International, and later went on to do her AT Teacher Training with Cathy Madden in Seattle. Madden studied with Marjorie Barstow, who was the first person to graduate from F.M Alexanders first education in 1933. Ingemansson began teaching the Technique at Vashon Womens Health Center.
Ingemansson’s embodiment of the shark is a difficult one not to watch.