Workshop: How To Practice Music
Many people play and practice music, spending a significant amount of their time trying to learn their musical instrument. But did you know that you can actually make yourself worse through improper practice? How will you know if your practice is helping you to become better as fast as you can, while avoiding common mistakes? That is exactly why we designed this workshop. We want you to become the best musician that you can be, as fast as you can, and with minimal effort.
In this 3 hour workshop, you will learn:
- How to make the most progress in the least amount of time
- How to trust in your practice routine for effortless improvement
- The research which proves these methods work
- The basic processes of how we learn
- Apply these methods in a group practice session
This course is taught by Sage Music founder, Jason Sagebiel, a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music. “I got into teaching after sustaining a brain injury while serving in Iraq,” says Sagebiel. “There was very little therapy available at the time so I had to take care of my own recovery. I immersed myself in the study of how the brain learns, and the science and psychology of learning. It was through my own self-healing and recovery that I discovered how to help others through music with this new found knowledge of the learning process. Turning my traumatic injury into something positive and helping others is truly rewarding.”
Don’t miss this great opportunity to turbocharge your practice. The class is currently offered in Long Island City, Queens, NY, one stop from midtown manhattan on the E/F/G/M/N/R/Q/7 trains.
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