Piano Practice

"When I mention piano practice, it almost always gets most students of the instrument to cringe a little...especially adults who took lessons as a kid and are thinking about starting piano lessons again."

The memories, good or bad, inevitably start to resurface. However, if you had a bad experience with the piano at some point in your life, that doesn't mean that the next experience has to be a negative one as well.

Learning piano can be enjoyable and practice doesn't have to be boring and tedious. Of course, this issue may still exist and continue to be a mental stumbling block for many adults who really want to play the piano.

So my first goal as a music instructor is to teach you how to develop an effective practice routine that can be accomplished in a very short amount of time each day. To do that I have to teach you my 1-minute-a-day technique.

If you use my technique with my online chord piano lessons, you will see dramatic progress. The chord method is a very easy method to learn, especially if you follow my step-by-step practice guide, but it still requires consistent effort.

Click the link below and I'll show you the first step in generating effective results in just 8 to 10 minutes a day.

PIANO PRACTICE: The 1-Minute-A-Day Technique