Making Playing Music at Home a Routine


Tips on how to develop great music practice habits

How do you develop good practice habits?

How do you practice?

How do you encourage and help your child to play or sing between lessons?

Hopefully we all know that every student needs to play or sing at home as much as they can between lessons to progress and get value from every lesson.

In this short webinar, Wendy will discuss strategies she has used with hundreds of students or all ages over decades of teaching. It doesn’t matter what instrument you are learning or what level of playing you are at, we can all use some tips on how to motivate ourselves to play or sing at home more.

Making Practice a routine


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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.


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