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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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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

Could Rest Be Productive?

If you’re like me, your natural tendency is to fill your day with all sorts of different tasks and try to be productive. It’s kind of the default routine for most people nowadays where we always try to do more. For me, managing this tendency is an ongoing practice.

How to Perform Better with Less Effort

Here’s how I used to approach performance preparation (especially when I was a student). I’d start practicing the pieces not paying very much attention to details. I’ve got all the time in the world, right? Or so it felt. I’d often get distracted when practicing, thinking about all sorts of other things as I did. But as the performance drew closer, I’d start to feel the pressure. I’d put more effort in, especially in the days before, trying to control the outcome. Sounds familiar?

Use Your Anxiety Management Superpowers

In yoga, they say that breath is the thread that connects your body to the mind. I love that statement. It’s kind of poetic. The old yogis may not have had research supporting this but breath is one of the only things you can use to indirectly control your heart rate helping you to regulate your stress response. A bit less poetic, right? But the science behind it is really cool.

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