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Piano-Yoga: Transform Your Hands

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Piano-Yoga: Transform Your Hands
In a series of retreats starting this July, the visionary Russian virtuoso pianist GéNIA will be sharing the cutting-edge piano method that is Piano-Yoga® at three inspiring venues in London: Schott Music, Kings Place and Steinway Hall.  On a retreat, pianists from advanced-beginner to advanced level will find everything they need to transform their playing whilst gaining a more in-depth insight into the Piano-Yoga® philosophy and lifestyle of well-being.

A retreat offers the ideal opportunity for immersion in this fun and effective new holistic piano method.  In just one day you can experience all that Piano-Yoga® has to offer, with a combination of pure yoga and relaxation classes, technical 'Piano-Yoga®' exercises, performance psychology and group piano masterclasses.  Unlike regular Piano-Yoga® classes, a retreat provides the chance to completely disconnect from the daily grind and get into an optimal frame of mind to focus entirely on the piano in a nurturing environment.  And for the solitary pianist one of the obvious benefits of a retreat is the opportunity to work on your piano as part of a group of like-minded people, make new friends and share ideas.

On a Piano-Yoga® retreat you will learn how to:

  • organise your practice
  • improve concentration
  • establish good posture at the piano
  • build strength and suppleness in the fingers and hands
  • increase hand span
  • develop good listening technique
  • master different qualities of sound
  • develop rhythm and articulation
  • conquer performance nerves
  • memorise repertoire effectively
  • unlock your individual music interpretation
Each retreat will also include an optional masterclass with GéNIA.

Who can attend a Piano-Yoga® retreat?  

Piano-Yoga® retreats are open to amateur and professional pianists alike of all levels from the age of 14 upwards.  So whether you are a conservatoire student looking to polish your technique, a concert pianist concerned about an injury, a piano teacher looking to broaden your pedagogical horizons or an amateur pianist simply wanting to get the most out of your piano, come and join us ?? leave your worries at the door, kick off your shoes and enjoy your favorite activity in a friendly and relaxed environment.

Visit www.piano-yoga.com/blog/ to read GéNIA??s latest blog on the inspiration behind the Piano-Yoga® retreats.

Click on the links below to find out more about each retreat and how to book:

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