CINCINNATI, OHIO

2017-2018

THE CENTERED PERFORMER:
Conquer Stress and Perform Your Best!

Group & Private Classes for Teens & Adults
All skill levels and instruments welcome

THREE CINCINNATI LOCATIONS:


The Centered Musician
Group Classes at the Cincinnati Music Academy

Saturdays 9:00-10:30

THE CINCINNATI MUSIC ACADEMY 
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The Centered Performance Program
Group & Private Classes
Health & Wellness in the Arts at the University of Cincinnati
College-Conservatory of Music ~ Preparatory Department

Saturdays, Sundays, Wednesdays

 UC-CCM PREP DEPT. 
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The Centered Musician Classes for College Students
Group & Private Classes
Jennifer’s Home Studio in Blue Ash
Groups: Twice/month

BLUE ASH LOCATION 
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1-DAY INTENSIVES

PRIVATE OR SEMI-PRIVATE (2-4 PEOPLE)

*** “Essential Mind-Body Skills for Musicians

 Learn the essential keys to free yourself from pain, tension, and mental obstacles that interfere with technical skills, flowing creativity, and calm confidence onstage and everywhere.

*** “Transform Your Performance Anxiety into Confident Enthusiasm

These two programs include a 1-Day Intensive (5 teaching hours, in-person), plus a 1- to 2-hour Bonus Session in-person the next day, plus valuable Bonus Materials.

Please use the contact form below to request more details about our 1-Day Intensives.


WORKSHOPS
Contact me for a list of workshop topics, including performance anxiety, pain and tension relief, stress-free practice and performance, public speaking, improving relationships…..and much more!

Please use the contact form below to request more information. Thanks!


 “Have you ever walked away from an experience and realized that you might never go back to who you were before?   After an 8 hour one-on-one intensive with Jennifer, I walked out of her studio and into a world where the possibilities were limitless.  Every aspect of my life has been touched – my playing, my teaching, the gait with which I walk.  With simple take-aways, like “My breathing is free” and my daily practice of constructive rest, I know that the positive effects of our work have just begun.  I feel incredibly blessed to have found a teacher who clearly loves what she does, believes in the work, and has the gift to clearly share it with others.  If you have the opportunity and the inclination, take the plunge, ask the questions that you have no intention of answering and surrender yourself to the possibilities.

Dr. Jennifer Cruz, Associate Professor of Piano and the Program Director of the Music Mentors program at Central State University


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