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MusicStrong Guest Artist for June – Susan Mayer – Live in Nashville

Get ready for an exciting residency event in June! Join us in Nashville, TN (Exact Address -TBD) on June 23-24 for an in-person residency with Susan Mayer, LMT. All events will be livestreamed so if you're not in Nashville you can join, but replays will be available only to members . Register for the classes HERE.   4 SESSIONS TO ...

MusicStrong Guest Artist for July – Eva Amsler

Get ready for an enriching experience in July! We're thrilled to announce Dynamic Integration sessions with Eva Amsler, former flute professor at Florida State University. Eva Amsler is renowned for her expertise in Dynamic Integration, a technique rooted in the Feldenkrais Method. To delve deeper into Eva Amsler's expertise and offerings, visit her website for additional information and insights. While ...

Adaptive Flute Headjoints Showcase with Flute Specialists at National Flute Association Convention

San Antonio, TX 900 East Market St, San Antonio, TX, United States

The flute is not a "one-size-fits-all" instrument but when ailments, arthritis or injury strike, where do we start looking for options? In this showcase, join musician fitness specialist Angela McCuiston as she leads you through the different options you have when it comes to altering your playing set. Alternative headjoints will be demonstrated as well as proper set up, different ...

MusicStrong Guest Artist for August – Kim Rapach

Get ready for an inspiring session this August! We're thrilled to introduce Kim Rapach, a beacon of resilience and empowerment. Kim will be leading a workshop titled "The 4 Pillars of Optimal Mental Health," offering invaluable insights and strategies for nurturing well-being. Additionally, she will be hosting a Q&A session in our Discord community and may also join Susan's workshop ...

Guest Artist for September – Mary Kay

Get ready for an insightful session with Mary Kay, scheduled this coming September. "Performance As We Age" Aging and peak performance do not need to be oxymorons. Clearly as we age over time, we all will suffer from some weakening of our bones, muscles, joints and ligaments. This can contribute to more injuries and/or weaker performance in life, activity, sport ...