Who's it for?
- Open-minded teachers ready to think outside the box
- Independent-thinking teachers ready to challenge orthodox dogma
- Teachers ready to face the elephant in the practice room - that some students practise and don't progress
- Teachers who seek to teach technique holistically
- Teachers who enjoy yoga, meditation or other mindful practices
- Teachers who want all to progress - not just the most naturally coordinated
- Teachers seeking a daily practice to substitute for mechanical exercises
- Honest teachers ready to explore the root causes of technical difficulties
- Courageous teachers ready to help students avoid and rehabilitate from technique-related injury (in conjunction with medical advice)
- Teachers ready to address the issue of memorising with concrete tools
What can it help with?
- Empowering teens-adults with fresh, holistic priorities in practice
- Reducing frustration - offering fresh solutions to technical difficulties
- Engaging with attractive music for exploring technique
- Enabling all to progress, whatever their level of coordination
- Eliminating wasted practice time
- Empowering your students to take responsibility for their own well-being
- Rehabilitating your students from technique-related injury (in conjunction with medical advice)
- Offering enjoyable processes for learning new repertoire assuredly
- Empowering your students to perform confidently
- Offering tools for confident memorising
- Enriching your teaching experience - cultivating musical playing
- Address any remaining blocks in your own experience of playing
“I'm enjoying these little oases of calm each day and can't wait to get to the piano to play them.”
How can I have Piano Portals in my life?
Full online courses coming soon!
Please contact founder Stephen Marquiss with any questions or queries about Piano Portals.