quality of movement
July 10, 2017
In this video I offer you two things:
1) A guided body meditation designed to help you feel unusually calm, alert, and relaxed.
2) A free Alexander Technique lesson, which I will record on video. This is a $100 value, for free!
To learn more, email me at joseph@painfreemu...
June 19, 2017
Have you been playing with pain this past year?
Do you want to be free from this pain before this next playing season?
Would you like to earn up to $400 in free Alexander Technique lessons with me?
If you answered "Yes" t...
May 16, 2017
What My Neck Spasm Taught Me About The Meaning Of Life...
Last week my allergies made me sneeze so hard that I threw my neck out.
It hurt so much I could barely get out of bed!
So I called up my Alexander Technique teacher,...
May 8, 2017
Do your students use too much muscular tension when they play?
This tension often leads to poor sound quality and stiff performances.
You can tell them to relax, but oftentimes they just tense up again when they start playing.
What do you do when "just rela...
April 30, 2017
So I called up my Alexander Technique teacher, Zoana, and we had an amazing lesson together.
During this lesson, I discovered that my neck spasm signifie...
April 26, 2017
Another extemporaneous talk by Joseph Arnold, Alexander Technique teacher, violinist and founder of Pain-Free Music.
What goes on in the mind of an Alexander Technique teacher during a lesson?
In this v...
April 19, 2017
A new video: https://youtu.be/MhVdW5s92H8
It goes beyond posture (although it'll give you really great posture!),
It goes beyond being free from pain (although it'll free you from chronic repetitive strain injuries and discomfort)...
It's about finding real joy and connec...
March 17, 2017
I'm writing today to tell you I'm taking Pain-Free Music in a new direction.
Over the past several months I've been trying to help musicians overcome a great, big problem - repetitive strain injuries - by building a big, fancy program that would help you r...
March 5, 2017
Does your body become more tense when you play difficult passages?
Relaxing while you play is a good idea, but sometimes relaxation can take away your technical ability and emotional impact.
Is there a way of relaxing while you play so that you *gain* technical ability,...