Archive for January 2012


Piano-Yoga® Workshop in Brighton

January 27th, 2012 — 12:04pm
Piano-Yoga® Workshop

Piano-Yoga® Workshop

In this evening session, GéNIA will be teaching amateur players and professional musicians the main aspects of Piano-Yoga® method, how to conquer performance nerves and how to improve your performance. The Workshop will take place at the beautiful St. Nicholas Parish Church in Brighton as part of Brighton Festival and is organized by the MOOT Group. Booking will be available soon!

Programme

Introduction to Piano-Yoga®
Conquering Performance Nerves
Performance Workshop & Discussion

We advise people to wear loose clothing so they can try some gentle yoga exercises. Participants will be invited to take their shoes off but this is not mandatory.

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Piano-Yoga® Kings Place Retreat | 12 Feb 2012

January 24th, 2012 — 12:06pm

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Piano-Yoga® Full eBook now 70% Off!

January 19th, 2012 — 10:08am

Only £5! (RRP: £16.99)

SALE ends at midnight on the 22nd January!

More About the Book:

Piano-Yoga® “Transform Your Hands: A complete ten week course of piano exercises”, is a unique series of exercises that will do more for your technique than hours of practising pieces. The muscles of your hands can become much stronger and in turn your finger flexibility should increase. By the end of the first two weeks you may start noticing changes (feel your hand muscles getting stronger), and as the programme continues your span on the keyboard may also extend (increase). Your hands may even feel and seem larger! These exercises can be especially beneficial to people with smaller hands and you may even be able to start playing the pieces that you have always wanted to.

Includes ALL 4 stages:

Preliminary Stage: Foundation Piano-Yoga®;
Stage One: Core Piano-Yoga®;
Stage Two: Yin Piano-Yoga®;
Stage Three: Advanced Piano-Yoga®

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Piano-Yoga® Retreats Return to Kings Place

January 18th, 2012 — 11:22am

Piano-Yoga® Kings Place Retreat

On the 12th February Piano-Yoga® – the miracle piano technique which allowed its creator, GéNIA, to return to the podium just 10 weeks after breaking her wrist – returns to the refreshing environs of the sparkling new world-class music venue, Kings Place, where Piano-Yoga® retreats were first launched earlier in 2011.  Russian virtuoso pianist GéNIA will be sharing the cutting-edge piano method that is Piano-Yoga® with pianists looking to transform their playing and gain a more in-depth insight into the Piano-Yoga® philosophy and lifestyle of well-being.

 

Click HERE to download the Press Release

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Win a free place at the Piano-Yoga® Kings Place Retreat on the 12 February 2012!

January 16th, 2012 — 10:59am

Win a free place at the Piano-Yoga® Kings Place Retreat on the 12 February 2012! Simply email us at info@piano-yoga.com with your name and piano level (all levels welcome) and we’ll add you to the draw. Names will be selected randomly on the 1st February and the lucky winner will be notified then. Good luck!

http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on-book-tickets/music/piano-yoga-retreat-with-g-nia

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Piano-Yoga® Featured in Yogi Times

January 5th, 2012 — 4:17pm

Piano-Yoga® in Yogi Times

Yogi Times has featured Piano-Yoga® in their online news site. The article discusses many aspects of Piano-Yoga, from the physical exercises extolled in the book and expanding into lifestyle choices that can help aid piano practice. Below is a snippet from the article and a link to Yogi Times page.

An Holistic Approach to Piano Learning

Piano-Yoga® is a mutli-dimensional method of playing, performing and teaching piano. This fairly new method, founded by GéNIA, a Russian virtuoso pianist, combines the fundamentals of Russian piano schools with Eastern philosophies, particularly yoga.

Creating an optimal environment which promotes a student’s sense of well-being is GéNIA’s best approach to learning the piano. “When we feel relaxed, think positively and our concentration is at its peak, we can learn more quickly and efficiently,” she explains. In this state, learning can feel like having fun—where studying and mastering something new become an effortless and pleasurable experience.

Click HERE to continue reading the rest of the article.

The Piano-Yoga® Team

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