quality of movement
December 29, 2016
My career as a violinist was almost ended by repetitive strain injuries.
Back when I was studying violin performance at Carnegie Mellon University chronic pain developed in my arms and spread through my neck and back. No matter what I tried - chiropractic, physical ther...
December 26, 2016
Some of us achieve the highest levels of mastery through incredible struggle, strain, angst, and pain.
Others of us achieve the highest levels of mastery seemingly without having to try hard at all.
These latter folks have achieved “effortless mastery” and - luckily for...
You’re a musician - so you know that playing music is more than just a job.
Playing music determines where you go, who you hang out with, what hours you keep, what you think about. Sure, it’s your livelihood, but it’s also your passion, your calling. How amazing is it...
Do you ever feel like your hands just won't do what you tell them to?
Does it seem like you're fighting against your body, but you don't know what to do about
Does it seem like you've reached the limits of what your body is capable of in terms of technical ability or...
You will feel unusually calm, alert, and relaxed after watching this video...
July 10, 2017
You could earn up to $400 in free lessons this Summer!
June 19, 2017
What My Neck Spasm Taught Me About The Meaning Of Life...
May 16, 2017
How To Help Your Music Students Let Go Of Excess Tension
May 8, 2017
What my neck spasm taught me about the meaning of life
April 30, 2017
What goes on in the mind of an Alexander Technique teacher during a lesson?
April 26, 2017
What I love about the Alexander Technique
April 19, 2017
A Letter To The Pain-Free Music Community...
March 17, 2017
How To Relax So You Gain Technical Ability In Music - Workshop!
March 5, 2017