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Body & Breath Challenge

March 18 - April 22

Ready to play with more ease and release your expressive potential?! 


During this challenge you will:

► Learn breathing techniques to help you play better, stay centered and increase focus in the practice room and on stage 

► Learn about the anatomy of breathing 

► Learn about somatics, practices that uses the mind-body connection to help you survey your internal self and listen to signals in your body 

► Explore how to embody your music making, bringing your musical ideas to life in tangible ways

► Open up new avenues of not only remaining healthy, but elevating your ability to communicate to an audience

► Gain techniques to release tension and prevent injury 

► Learn a set of mobility exercises specifically for musicians 



Inside the challenge you get:

  • Easy-to-follow weekly lessons via email
  • 6 Live events from us and world-class guests surrounding the challenge's topic with recordings to watch later
  • PDF and video resources to support your learning accessible in our online platform
  • A space of accountability and support within our digital platform, community group and emails
  • PLUS a LIVE Q&A to get all of your questions answered about the challenge

Live classes, included in the challenge ($174 value):

Session 1: Breathing to Reduce Tension, Stress and Performance Anxiety 
Austin Pancner, The Functional Musician 

Session 2: Injury Prevention - 5 Pillars to Performing Without Pain 
Austin Pancner, The Functional Musician 

Session 3: Breathe the Issues out of your Tissues
Kate Fox, Performing Artists Injury Treatment Center (PAITC) of NewPath Wellness  

Session 4: Embodiment and Emotional Intelligence for Body and Breath
Adam Sadberry, flutist, educator and Alexander Technique coach  

Session 5: Crafting Performance Through Mind/Body Awareness 
Elena Cheah + Corpus Resonans

 Session 6: Yoga to Heal Mind, Body and Spirit
Cindy Bartz, clarinetist, certified Yoga Instructor  


The most successful people aren't the most talented. They're the ones ready to jump into action. 


Let's go!