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This anxiety-reducing breath includes a hum, which sounds like a bumblebee buzzing around! It's simple, easy for beginners to use, and super impactful for the nervous system. Check it out and let me know what you think, friends!

Hey friends! This breath is AWESOME to quell anxiety, find balance, and focus the mind. It's so awesome, in fact, that I wrote a blog about it! Check it on my blog tab!
P.s. Please take a seat when experiencing this breath! It can be done standing, but what if breathing this way makes you pass out? Not fun.

Musicians have to do a lot of nerve-wracking things: performing, giving a recital, speaking in front of a group, taking exams... Sometimes, it can feel overwhelming. Take six minutes of your day to move your body, calm your mind, and remind yourself that whatever it is, you've got this.
Sometimes, practicing can be the most frustrating thing in the world. Playing one passage over and over, slowly, quickly, backwards, and still missing that A# on beat two is enough to make you crazy. If you're feeling that way today, this video is for you.
Many musicians experience tension in their upper backs and shoulders. If you're feeling a little tightness during your practice session today, take a break and move your body with me!
This brief meditation is intended to help you slow down, breathe, and focus. Whether you're at the beginning of your practice session, in the middle, or even if you're in the library or the grocery store, this video will help you to find your truest center.