Make your posture your best friend
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About the Event
ABOUT THIS MASTERCLASS:
The posture plays the vital role in piano playing. With the correct posture you can play piano with ease and control, but what is the correct posture and is it the same for everyone? When we look at the modern perfomers, like Trifonof, Kissin, Lang Lang and others, Khatia Buniatishvili they all look quite different.
In this workshop you will find what is the best posture for you and what are the healthy habits would be good to optain for you and which one you should get rid of wharever!
ABOUT THE SERIES
This course of masterclasses aims to create practical tools for musicians which they will be able to apply to their playing straight away. This, in turn, will not only help to improve rapidly, but most importantly, increase their joy of playing the piano. Professional musicians can also benefit from it, as the masterclasses offer many tools for utilising one’s time and resources. Teachers are the most welcome to join so they can offer these practices in their teaching.
Piano-Yoga® masterclasses offer a non-traditional approach to piano technique, based on holistic disciplines, which GéNIA obtained during her training as a yoga teacher at the Life Center, London. Whilst becoming a qualified BWY (British Wheel of Yoga) teacher. She also has a strong interest in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), pilates, meditation and mindfulness techniques.
The workshops are open to adults and young people over 15. They will be held on the last Wednesday of every month excluding July, August and December. Tickets: £35. (Special offer: Buy 2 tickets, and get the third half price.) Please note, due to the nature of our website platform, you will need to checkout for each event individually and email us prior to booking the third so we can give you your personalised discount code.
WHAT TO BRING:
Please bring paper, pen and music you are working on to get the best out of each session.
We advise you to wear comfortable closing and be prepared to take your shoes of, but it is not compulsory.
The workshop is open to a small group of participants (up to 10), therefore we regret that we cannot offer any refunds once the ticket has been purchased. Tickets are sold on the first come first served basis.