It’s been a full month since I returned from my travels to India and month-long stay at an ashram, and I’m still making the transition back to “normal” life here in the States – while I’m also very conscious of moving forward into a NEW personal normal, as I’m creating it for myself. Since I’m
Surprisingly, some people still have doubts about whether it’s possible to learn the Alexander Technique without the touch of a teacher’s hands. I’ve been teaching the Alexander Technique for musicians since 2007; I’ve taught without touch and online since 2012; and exclusively online since 2018, two years before the pandemic hit. I love
How do you respond to money stress? It’s something I don’t usually talk about much, but money is very often on the minds of musicians, and we all have unpleasant surprises from time to time. So, how do you respond when life brings you financial lemons?? The good news is… when you have the mind-body
What do you aspire to as an artist? What are YOUR thoughts on great artistry? Here are a few of mine… Great artistry shines far beyond quantitative concepts of speed, dynamics, and number of notes played. Great art possesses an ineffable quality that is subtle, perfectly responsive and supremely flexible.
People have been telling me that watching my violin practice sessions and hearing me talk about what I’m doing can be quite helpful. SO…. On a whim, I recently recorded a few short live videos demonstrating some of my real practicing, adding in some explanations about how I’m applying The Art of Freedom and