If you are a musician, you know that the ways you sit, stand, breathe, and, if you play instrument, how you hold it are major factors in the way your music sounds. Your posture and the ways you move are also central to how you feel when you’re practicing or performing, and, perhaps more importantly, how you feel after singing or playing.
The Joy of Harmonic Movement is designed to improve how instrumentalists and vocalists move.
These movement lessons were developed, tested, and perfected by the late Richard Ehrman in his groundbreaking and renowned Awareness Training for Musicians at Berklee College of Music. The program develops your dexterity and fine motor coordination, improves your posture (sitting or standing) while playing an instrument or singing, betters the way you breathe, and creates ease in performing.
The Feldenkrais Method of neurophysical education is presented on this website for educational and entertainment purposes only. The Method and all articles, videos, photos, audio recordings, and documents of any kind available on this website are not intended to be a substitute for professional help or medical treatment. Nothing on this website is intended to diagnose or treat any pathology or disease of any kind. This website, all media files found on it and the creator of any and all of these files, and anyone featured on these files, cannot be held responsible for any injuries or discomfort that occur. Before doing any of the movement lessons described or portrayed on this site, consult your medical practitioner.
And, please remember the guidelines: Stay in your own range of comfort. Listen to the wisdom of your body. This is a NO pain, more gain approach.
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