Is it Time for a Reset? Maybe a Bath…

Spring has arrived here in our lovely area and you can feel everyone breathing a little lighter. It’s been a hard year – there’s no other way to say it. Just the other weekend I was speaking with some friends and they were commenting on how tired they are feeling these days. The reality is, […]

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Listen to the Music: My Discovery About Time & Presence…at the Rink

It’s no secret to those that know me – I love teaching music. Sharing all of the knowledge and passion I have learned over my formative years to the next generations, and also to adult learners is my true calling in life. I feel so fortunate to be surrounded by music on a daily basis: […]

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Love, Love, Love…

With February upon us, we are feeling the love inside and outside the studio. Our community is always so supportive of our adventures and we have decided that it’s time to “BBTB” – Bring Back the Blog! It’s been well over a year without a post, and our new goal is twice a month. Want […]

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Music and the Art of Resilience

Does criticism wash over you like water off a duck’s back? Or does it keep you up all night? How well do you handle failure? Most of us face these challenges to our resilience daily. What if there was something that focused on training mental toughness as precisely and effectively as a bicep curl? Teaching […]

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Renting Vs. Buying: What You Need to Know

Whether you’ve always wanted to take a crack at playing the fiddle, or you just signed your son up for drum lessons – how are you going to take your music lessons home and grow? You need an instrument to play! The best way to get an instrument depends on a lot of factors: your […]

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7 Tricks to Get Them Practicing

Your son or daughter is so excited to have an instrument, they love their teacher, and they promise to practice every day. But for some reason it feels like pulling teeth to actually get them playing at home! Here are 7 ways to get the most out of each lesson and get in the habit of practicing. […]

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