PLEDGE TO PLAY: 10 MINUTES A DAY!

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Dear Piano Lovers!

I love that January is the time of year for new goals and added resolve. If you are reading this blog, you probably know that taking piano lessons is the very best way to boost brain function and memory, while having fun! But you do have to play regularly to progress, and to enjoy the maximum brain benefits. Research shows that short daily practice sessions are more effective than one long weekly session. If you practice 6 days for 10 minutes a day, you’re going to learn and remember better than if you play one day for 60 minutes. Playing daily, even for a short time, is going to get you the best and quickest results. But I know how difficult it is to make the time to practice! Our Pledge To Play: 10 Minutes a Day challenge will hopefully give you that extra bit of motivation to get you to the keys. Every one who completes 30 days of practice will receive a free gift! Plus you’ll have 30 days of practice tips and motivational emails from me to keep you going. All you have to do to join is to subscribe to this blog (if you haven’t already) and write a reply such as, “I’m in!” You can find the subscription form at the bottom of this post. (Don’t worry, I won’t share your email with anyone.) You’re welcome to report on your progress and I encourage you to make comments whenever you’d like.

I hope you’ll join us:

January 15th – February 13th  

More information to follow. Happy New Year!

With love and music, Gaili

P.S. Last year I made a Pledge To Play video, to tell you about how I became a piano teacher and why you might like to join our 30-day challenge. CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

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4 Replies to “PLEDGE TO PLAY: 10 MINUTES A DAY!”

  1. I have to play at least 10 minutes a day to keep my arthritis at bay. That’s what the doctor’s say. I am almost 70 years old (March1st.).Geez, where did the time go. Thanks Gaili, Aimee Marie Krol

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