Speed Up Your Brain for Efficient Practice 

by Kathy Blocki Do you ever feel a brain fog when trying to conquer a passage? Or maybe you feel like one of your students is in a brain fog. Sometimes you see improvement during a practice session, only to discover the next day that your retention was poor. Often, we rely on a seemly infinite number of repetitions to see lasting improvement. Just like we warm-up for optimal sound and flexibility, we can also warm-up our brains so that learning new concepts becomes noticeably more effective.  Twenty years ago, doctors and scientists believed that you could create new pathways in the brain, … Continue reading Speed Up Your Brain for Efficient Practice