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I know what it feels like to be a stressed-out musician struggling with pain from playing an instrument. But since I’ve found yoga, I’ve learned strategies to help put my mind and body at ease so that I can make music from a more centered and balanced place. In fact, I found it so amazing that I couldn’t help but want to share yoga with other musicians. I’d love to be your guide on this wonderful journey.

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PRIVATE SESSIONS

Would you like some individualized support? I’m offering private sessions. Jump on a free consultation call with me to see if we’re a good fit.

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PERSONALIZED 12-WEEK PROGRAM

I’m excited to launch my signature 12-week program. I’ve got limited spaces on this beta version for a fraction of the future price.

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FREE YOUR SHOULDERS GUIDE FOR MUSICIANS

Subscribe to my email list and get a taste of my teaching in this free yoga video mini-series.

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What other musicians are saying.

“Thank you for our wonderful lockdown yoga journey! It was such a lovely way to stay connected and I loved all the sequences !”

Bryony Morrison, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

“Veronika takes her musician yoga sessions to a distinctly new level. Her insight as a professional musician and her delivery with compassion and safety makes her specific musicians’ yoga practice one that I would highly recommend. I personally feel much stronger both physically and mentally after completing her 4-week on-line course…  this practice is important for me personally and I will now go away and incorporate it more into my daily life.”

Sally Morgan, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

“…thank you Veronika :) I so enjoyed today – I left on a real positive !”

Georgia Hannant, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

LATEST POSTS

A Place Where You Can Just Let Go…

I can’t believe it’s been seven years since I got my current job in Birmingham. I was fresh out of college having had only two months between my final recital and the start of my job and frankly I just couldn’t believe my luck. Those two months between my finishing college and coming to England were perhaps the most blissful summer that I can remember. I was in for a rude awakening though.

Do You Feel Exhausted After Teaching?

I have a lot of respect for people whose work consists mainly of teaching music. It’s a very demanding type of work that requires lots of energy and concentration. When I used to teach at a music school, I’d be completely wiped out at the end of the working day. And sure, it got better as I gained more experience but I was still pretty tired.

My First Shoulder Injury

I haven’t really talked about this very much yet but this past Spring I had a shoulder injury. It was the first time in my life anything like that happened to me as well as the first time I had to stop playing for a while because of a physical limitation. But as much of a difficult process it’s been, I like to think there’ve been some silver linings.

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