Cliff Hicks was certified as an teacher of the Alexander Technique in 1992 after completing a 1600-hour training course at the Alexander Technique Training Center in Charlottesville, VA. He has been a member of the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT) for over 20 years. 

Cliff has worked with performing artists and others form all walks of life throughout the United States and Europe. Born in North Carolina and raised in Tennessee, he has had private practices in Michigan and Germany and taught for over a decade at the Interlochen Arts Academy. Cliff has held private workshops for many music organizations and universities, including the Little Rock Symphony Orchestra, the Osnabrück Theater Orchestra (Osnabrück, Germany), Henderson State University and Ouachita Baptist University. Cliff conducts annual workshops at Arkansas State University and Southern Arkansas University and the Hot Springs Music Festival. 

Cliff currently teaches private and group lessons around central Arkansas, through The Adventures in the Arts at Pulaski Heights Methodist Church in Little Rock, The Community School of Music at the University of Central Arkansas, The Radiance School of Massage in Hot Springs, and his home in Benton where he lives with his wife, Bethany, and his three children Ben, Sam and Emma.