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Arms, Hands, Instrument

or

Breathing & Sound

 

Want more freedom when playing or singing?

Looking to improve your technique and reduce stress and strain?

Want to improve how you give co-ordination feedback to your students?

Information about BodyTune: Breathing and Sound, click here 

BodyTune: Arms, Hands, Instrument  teaches you about anatomical and biomechanics aspects of arm actions when playing instruments and conducting.

Many injuries and performance hurdles that musicians experience are associated with the way they use their bodies when they play their instruments.

BodyTune will help your co-ordination with the intention of reducing tension, pressure and inefficiency, giving  fuller access to your capabilities for making music.

BodyTune: Arms, Hands, Instrument will cover practical anatomical and biomechanics dynamics of arm movements.

Who is BodyTune for?

  • Musicians – all  instruments and genres
  • Music teachers
  • Conductors

 

What is included in BodyTune: Arms, Hands, Instrument?

  • Pre workshop assessment (on-line)
  • Full day of targeted small group training

Understanding whole arm movement in relation to whole body co-ordination and instrument playing

Cooperation with the natural rhythms and movements of effective breathing

Anatomy and physiology of arm movements

Conscious cooperation with joint mechanic in carrying out of actions

Body Mind mapping of the shoulder, arms, hands and fingers

Alexander Technique principles

 

A month ago, I assumed that I would never fix my ‘bad habits’ on the flute- I just thought they were things wrong with ME.. But the hands-on anatomy in AT class made me realize that there was not much wrong with my body – just how much uncessary stress I put upon it! AT is helping my music practice by removing excess tension, and giving me the freedom to move around physically with my instrument as one!

Tertiary Music student, aspiring professional musician – 2015

 

About Greg

Greg teaches with joy and laughter – always seeking positive experiences. Greg has been observing movement for over 30 years. He has a Masters degree in movement science. Greg is a regular staff member of the Lisa Gasteen National Opera Summer School.

Greg is Training Director at Sydney Alexander Technique and Associate Director of training at Body Chance Schools in Japan.

 

How do I enrol?

Please send an email or complete the form below and we will be in touch to answer your questions and get you registered

kathy@atsyd.com

One day workshop. 9am – 3pm, St Leonards

either ‘Arms Hands Instrument’

or ‘Breathing & Sound’

Cost $299 + GST.

full time tertiary students please ask about discounts and scholarship places.

Please bring your instrument

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Also available as an in school staff development day – please enquire.

Endorsed by BOSTES (Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards NSW) – School teachers gain PD points.

Click here to make an enquiry
or call Greg Holdaway on 0408 257 174.


Time and Date

May 30, 2016 - 9am to 3pm
May 31, 2016 - 9am to 3pm

Places Available


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