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Musician Health, Anatomy, and Yoga: Tips for Optimal Performance

0 October 20, 2019
October 20, 2019 - 8PM Eastern
Presenters:
Kayleigh Miller, Violist, educator, Yoga Tune Up® instructor, writer

Steve Danyew, Moderator

Description:
Join Kayleigh Miller, violist, professional yoga instructor, and founder of the Musician's Health Collective for this discussion of musician health, anatomy, and yoga for musicians. What should musicians know about their bodies (especially upper bodies) and how our playing positions and daily activities effect our bodies? What kinds of healthy routines can musicians practice to fight off fatigue and pain? Have questions for Kayleigh? Join the hangout and ask away!

Kayleigh Miller
KAYLEIGH MILLER
is a violist, educator, Yoga Tune Up® instructor, off and on writer, and total body nerd.  As a violist, she has played in ensembles such as the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the New World Symphony, the Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra, and is a new member of the San Antonio Symphony.  She had the good fortune of studying with Carol Rodland at the New England Conservatory and Eastman School of Music, and continued her studies with Roger Tapping at the New England Conservatory.  She has participated in numerous festivals, such as the Aspen Music Festival, Banff Masterclasses, International Masterclasses at Prussia Cove, Spoleto Festival USA, and Lucerne Festival Academy.  She began her yoga practice in 2007, and along the way, has dabbled in raw foods, veganism, reiki, acupuncture, crossfit, and pilates.  As a movement teacher and Restorative Exercise Specialist-in-training, she is passionate about helping students to heal from injury and to change movement patterns to live a pain-free life.   She lives and teaches in San Antonio, TX, where she plays in the SA Symphony, and lives with her mostly blind chihuahua.

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