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Created for intermediate to advanced pianists to maximise their home practice.
£45.00

Worldwide Release 25 September 2020!

 

WHAT IS THE VIDEO TUTORIAL ABOUT?

One of the most commonly asked questions amongst musicians is: 'What can I do to practice more efficiently?’  We often struggle to fulfil our potential, and believe we cannot do something, not because we cannot, but because we do not know how.  GéNIA's video tutorial is an 11 Stage Guide for intermediate to advanced pianists designed to teach you how to structure your home practice in the most efficient way possible.  It includes practical piano and musical advice, physical (yogic) exercises, a guide to the musical learning process, meditations and breathing exercises.  Each stage lasts between 15 – 30 minutes, so you can start implementing the strategies straight away.  

You will get access to the online video tutorial for a period of one year, which you can watch in any place and at any time.

The course is based on GéNIA's personal experience as a concert pianist, educator and yoga teacher. The number of aspects of the course are centered around NLP (neuro-linguistic) training and are also based on GéNIA’s personal experience.  If you follow the stages of this course carefully, in 6 months you will be able to practice much more productively and efficiently. As a result, you can learn repertoire much faster, and the process of practicing will become more enjoyable.


Total Video Duration: 4 hours 28 minutes 


If you have any questions or feedback about the material, please contact us on contact@piano-yoga.com.

 

"GeNIA’s ‘Transform Your Practice: A Complete 11 Stage Guide’ is truly a design for living. I have found it to be a holistic approach to playing my instrument, and use many of the principles in my piano practice and equally my every day living. It has allowed me to become calmer, become more realistic about my goals and outlook, and of course, playing music. I have certainly improved my practice from this approach. Thank you, Genia."

Allison Burza