Have you ignored what your body may be whispering?
The Physically Perceptive Musician (p2m) can help you discover or rediscover:
- technical and artistic freedom at your instrument
- muscular release throughout your body
- health embracing practices
In the midst of making music, do you ignore what your body is whispering? Like Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind, do you tell yourself “I can’t think about that right now…I’ll think about that tomorrow”? When your playing mechanism feels a little tired
When seemingly minor aches and pains that come and go become aches and pains that come and stay, musicians owe it to them-selves to explore further. Annoying body whisperings can lead to full-blown screaming sessions…
One tool, ProformaVision™ technology, gives a window into the body, offering biofeedback coupled with video monitoring. This dual monitoring helps musicians identify both the positive and negative components of their technique.
Knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology is key in analyzing the physical movements needed to sing or play an instrument. Anatomy and physiology are intrinsically linked – anatomy considers the form, physiology
As a performer herself, Jacqueline Herbein understands the impact of pain on a musician’s career and how quickly the body retreats into old compensations and habits particularly when tired, overworked or stressed.
An integrated technique is dependent upon the interplay between movement and stability, release and activation. An integrated technique is harmonious, smooth, natural, free and flowing – completely without