PODCAST EP 37

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Rest is Not Rehab EPISODE 37″Rest is Not Rehab” with Allyson Royal(57:38)In this episode, Lets get to know Dr. Allyson Royal and her journey as a violists. Dr. Allyson Royal is a violist and educator active in the Tallahassee and surrounding areas. In her past life as an athlete chasing down the title of “Superwoman,” she faced a massive injury …

PODCAST EP 36

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The Monster Under the Bed – Musicians Focal Dystonia EPISODE 36The Monster Under the BedThe Monster Under the Bed – Musicians Focal Dystonia(1:17:27)In this episode, Anna Detari will share her experience and knowledge regarding the Musicians Focal Dystonia.The Monster Under the Bed Anna’s Facebook Page Anna’s WebsiteAnna’s Articles:Article 1Article 2(Interview) Musicians Dystonia & Injury Live Talk: Raising Awareness Together Here …

PODCAST EP 34

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Eating Disorders – Finding the Fullness EPISODE 34Eating Disorders – Finding the FullnessEating Disorders – Finding the Fullness(1:15:02)In this episode of the Tuned and Strong podcast we get raw and real about our own different experiences with it.Eating Disorders – Finding the Fullness Whew…this can be a touchy subject among any group, musicians or not, and in this episode of …

Dry Needling for Musicians

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What is DRy Needling? In this blog, we discussed “DRY NEEDLING” with Peak Tempo PT Dr. Abby Daunis. She is a physical therapist here in Nashville, Tennessee specializing in athletes especially triathletes and runners. Abby is a physical therapist who specializes in orthopedics. She earned her doctorate from Texas Woman’s University, School of Physical Therapy in 2013.  She has worked as an …

Playing the Flute With Braces

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“I have to get braces! Will I be able to play the flute?!” This is an incredibly common question, and one I asked myself when I got braces in the 10th grade. With every student I’ve taught and in my own experience, it’s usually not an issue (though it sure seems scary at the forefront!). In my own experience, I …

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PODCAST INTERVIEW WITH THE STAY AMAZING SHOW PODCAST

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In this episode, Ricardo and I discuss how musicians can get their bodies ready now that many venues and recording studios are back in business. All musicians, no matter the genre, should listen to the advice of an expert. Your body is your number one instrument. Respect it as you would your music. My book: “The Musicians Essential Exercises“ is a solid …

PODCAST EP 25

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EPISODE 25Tuned and Strong Meet The Functional Musician(44:11)In this episode Angela of Music Strong and Dr. Jen of Tuned and Toned Performance meets Austin Pancer (The Functional Musician). They talked about his struggles and reasons he started “The Functional Musician”. Austin Pancer, known as The Functional Musician is a bass trombonist ad Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist with …

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“Get Off the Couch to Get on the Road”: #152 Podcast Interview with The Business Side of Music

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Are you a musician? Do you listen to podcasts? If so, The Business Side of Music should be on your playlist radar! Recently I had my second interview with them Did you know that when playing your instrument, that there’s actually a question of ergonomics? Beyond getting the best sound possible, is there a better way to hold your instrument? …

3 Steps to Prevent Injury, Increase Stamina and Extend Your Career As A Musician

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3steps https://youtu.be/5YufWIpNs7AI have been working on something brand new!  It’s a program that involves group coaching, community AND content done on your own time, with a series of quick wins to teach YOU how to avoid injury and increase the longevity of your playing career and the 3 core problems that stop most musicians from getting there. When you’ve watched it, …

Women’s Health, Cancer, Exercise and the Flute

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Not all health issues musicians face are overuse injury related. Women’s health and cancer can be an intensely private issue, but where do you turn when you’ve had a hysterectomy, breast cancer, lymph node removal, hernia mesh, etc. and want to get back to playing your instrument (in this case, the flute)? Questions: will I be able to support or …