The following Practice Planner developed out of my own practice struggles.
I wanted to design something that could help myself and others become more present with ourselves while we practice.
Something to help us build awareness of tendencies.
Something that would give us permission to create a practice experience that is more kind, creative, and conscious, and introduce a way of approaching the instrument with a clearer head space each day.
A tool for keeping one foot in the practice arena, and one foot with ourselves.
The Feel-Good Practice Planner is designed to help you:
Cultivate a little more loving attention in your practice.
Become aware of recurring thought patterns and other tendencies, both physical and mental.
Reflect, make observations, and set intentions about how you want your practice to serve you.
This template, featuring a series of guided prompts, is for musicians of all kinds. It's for anyone who:
Is looking for a gentler, kinder way of approaching the daily ritual of practice.
Could use a little help staying present and aware while they play.
Wants to repair their relationship with their instrument or with themselves as the player.
Wants to start releasing some of the baggage and negative feelings that might be holding them back.
The guide is absolutely free. Get yours now, and share with anyone who could use a little more love in their practice.