Navigating Embodied Practicing & Memorization

By Lea Pearson, DMA Whether you have injury or discomfort, limited time in the practice room, lack of sleep that makes you too tired to physically practice, or just want to be more efficient in learning a piece – embodied practicing can be helpful. It is also the most productive route to memorizing a piece: to get it out of your head and into your body where it can live and be  reliably and consistently played. Embodied practicing is practicing in which you engage your whole self – body, mind, emotions and multi-sensory awareness – in all you do. It … Continue reading Navigating Embodied Practicing & Memorization