Justin Wong

“The first few years, the first 3 to 5 years is building, experimenting, and failing. It’s a marathon not a sprint.”

Justin Wong is a guitar teacher. Teaching music for 6 years and the founder of Leaders of Rock – a music school for aspiring performers of contemporary pop and rock music based in Melbourne.

In this podcast, Justin Wong tells about his experience as a music teacher and his ideas of wellbeing.

Pay attention as he answers questions like….

Have you had any events that happened along the way that made you think you made the right decision to become a music teacher? Or happenings which made you think of reconsidering your choice?

How are you looking after your own wellbeing as a teacher?

Have you got any advice for yourself that you would give yourself as a beginning music teacher?


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Wendy Brentnall-Wood

Wendy Brentnall-Wood

I am passionate about encouraging and inspiring people to begin to experience the heart filling joy of making music in a simple, easy and systematic way, enabling them to enrich their lives and the lives of those around them.


Rhys Lett

Rhys is the director/owner of the Eastern Suburbs School of Music in Boronia and Carrum Downs, suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. He is also a guitar tutor and a music educator for 26 years. Rhys taught in a lot of different spaces, in private music schools, state primary school and as well with refugee

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Mat Creedon

Mat Creedon is a multi-Instrumental Teacher @ Mat Creedon School of Music. He has been teaching music for 30 years now. He also has a private studio in Balwyn North (Melbourne, Eastern Suburbs) and teaches total beginners, as well as intermediate & advanced students. Mat teach most instruments as well as some sound healing and meditation practices.

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