A few years ago I made the leap and bought my first ipad and started using Piano Maestro and it totally revolutionized my teaching studio. My students were so excited I was using technology and the game format really had them all practicing hours more than they had been! I was happy and my students […]
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There is one thing that my piano and violin students have in common: they both need to be able to curve their fingers when they play. Do your students’ collapsed Joints drive you bonkers? Do you feel like you say “curve your fingers” about a thousand times a week? I created this free download you […]
TIP #1: In my humble 20 years experience, the deposit fee is the single best thing that has happened in my studio. A Non-Refundable Deposit equals retention and immediately weeds out students who will have problems paying. Unless you are teaching piano lessons as a hobby, most of us NEED to be paid on […]
I’m honored for my teaching studio business to be selected as one of Thumbtack’s Spolight Stories! Thanks Thumbtack!
This past week was “Duck Week” in my studio. About once a month I do a themed week with a special learning game and I try to make one game work for each age and level. I found this cute duck game here: I also used these duck cut outs to make flashcards for the […]