The joy of learning piano at a certain age.
You may be surprised to know that age is no barrier to learning for the first time - or learning again. And there are benefits...
Musical enjoyment is one of the few things that doesn’t diminish with time and learning at a mature age has some real positives:
- Individual enjoyment – pure and simple
- A sense of achievement and reward
- Memory aid – believed to help counter the onset of forms of dementia
- Brain exercise – boosts brain functionality
- Physical well-being – improving hand-eye coordination, strengthening the immune system
Zuzana: “I welcome adult students of any age and skill level. My goal is to make learning a warm and rewarding experience and I have been achieving great results, especially considering that starting lessons at a mature age can be more challenging cognitively and physically. It makes the results even more enjoyable.”
A recommendation from one of her students: “Learning piano is so good for my mind and co-ordination, focusing my concentration, making me think laterally and enabling me to try something wonderful and totally unexpected. The joy of realising you can play a piece through without making too many mistakes is quite profound. My grandchildren are fascinated by my enthusiasm, and are extremely encouraging. “ Sue D., Darling Point
Zuzana recommends one or two lessons a week, at your home, Piano Promise studio or on-line.
If you’d like to know more she’s just a call away on 0404 229 129.
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