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Providing personalized music lessons since 1996. Reviewed as the best music school in Florida. Teaching Guitar, Piano, Drums, Violin, Voice, Ukulele, Bass, Keyboard, Saxophone, Flute, Cello Clarinet & more in areas in and around Weston, Pembroke Pines, Coral Springs, Southwest Ranches, Miami, Miramar, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Plantation, Davie, Sunrise, Parkland, Boca Raton, Boynton, Delray, Pompano, Lighthouse Point, Orlando, Gainesville.

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Providing personalized music lessons since 1996. Reviewed as the best music school in Florida. Teaching Guitar, Piano, Drums, Violin, Voice, Ukulele, Bass, Keyboard, Saxophone, Flute, Cello Clarinet & more in areas in and around Weston, Pembroke Pines, Coral Springs, Southwest Ranches, Miami, Miramar, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Plantation, Davie, Sunrise, Parkland, Boca Raton, Boynton, Delray, Pompano, Lighthouse Point, Orlando, Gainesville.

Top Ten Benefits of Playing a Musical Instrument

There’s an abundant amount of research that proves musical activity to be beneficial to both the human mind and body. No matter your age or skill level, playing a musical instrument is a great form of cognitive exercise. The health benefits range from lowering stress and blood pressure to preventing dementia and depression.

Keeps the mind sharp

A study administered at the University of Kansas Medical Center concluded that musicians performed better at cognitive tests than non musicians. Regularly playing any instrument is a great form of exercise for the brain. Whether you’re hitting a drum set at full speed or lightly blowing through a saxophone, several parts of your brain are in action.

Enhances coordination

Musicians typically have great coordination. The act of playing any instrument would require you to have sharp hand-eye coordination. This can even benefit you on the basketball court, or any sport that requires good hand-eye coordination.

Regulates mood

Research shows that creating music reduces stress by lowering cortisol levels. The effect of playing at an alternate speed can further promote these benefits. Playing music can also act as an emotional outlet. Creating your own music allows you to mold your sadness, joy or tension into a poetic work of art.

Sharpens your reading skills

One of the biggest aspects of being a musician is being able to read and apprehend music. Continuously reading and recognizing different notes better advances your reading and apprehension skills.

Improves respiratory system

Whether you’re blowing on a clarinet, flute, or any other wind instruments, one of the first things you must know how to do is breathe properly. These instruments thrive off air vibrations that the musician is responsible for creating. This means breathing both effectively and efficiently must be second nature to the musician.

Increases listening skills

In order to play music you must be able to listen intuitively. The ability to listen allows you to know whether you’re hitting the right notes. This in turn leads to better listening skills, which is an important aspect of building social relationships.

Promotes sense of achievement

The process of learning how to play an instrument can be both time consuming and weary. Overcoming this directly results in a sense of achievement and pride. The phrase “you get what you put in” is the perfect cliche for this tiresome yet rewarding process. The more time and effort you put into mastering an instrument, the greater your sense of achievement will be.

Boosts concentration

There are many elements of music that mustn’t be overlooked while playing an instrument. As a musician, you must be able to listen in on the beat, rhythm, texture, timbre, and so on. The only thing more beneficial than concentrating on your own sounds as an artist is concentrating on the sounds of a musical group. Being in a musical group further boosts these concentration skills by making you focus in on the harmony of the group as a whole.

Reforms time management skills

The lengthy process of learning how to play an instrument would require you to manage your time adequately. This in turn promotes better time management skills, which you can apply to your everyday responsibilities.

Helps Treat Alzheimer’s

The mental stimulation involved in playing and listening to music can promote better memory in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. In a study done on Alzheimer’s patients, it was concluded that music memory was retained far better than spoken word. This was due primarily to the heightened arousal caused by music, which led to improved attention and memory.

 

Article taken from:  HealthFitnessRevolution.com

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Providing personalized music lessons since 1996. Reviewed as the best music school in Florida. Teaching Guitar, Piano, Drums, Violin, Voice, Ukulele, Bass, Keyboard, Saxophone, Flute, Cello Clarinet & more in areas in and around Weston, Pembroke Pines, Coral Springs, Southwest Ranches, Miami, Miramar, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Plantation, Davie, Sunrise, Parkland, Boca Raton, Boynton, Delray, Pompano, Lighthouse Point, Orlando, Gainesville.

We Work With Your Strengths And Strengthen Your Weakness

I had a customer call me today and ask if we can teach her son who has Cerebral Palsy how to play the drums. She said that the left side of his body is weak and his right side is fine.  This of course made me think. Most of us have a dominant side and a weaker side of our bodies. I hear it all the time. People will say "well I can do anything on the keys with my right hand, but my left hand...nothing" or "my picking hand is really strong but my fretting hand is weak". Of course, his weakness will be more pronounced, but this is what we do every day. So, I said to her "just like with everyone else, we will work with his strengths and strengthen his weakness. That is what music lessons are all about. 

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