TaylorMade Instrument lessons 

TaylorMade Instrument Lessons

Beginner, Intermediate, & Advanced

TaylorMade Instrument lessons by Rhonda Taylor

Do you, or someone you know, have a desire to learn how to play an instrument? In addition, do you home school your children? Is it a requirement to have music as part of their schooling? Most of all, it may be a requirement, but you have no means to do so. Hence, TaylorMade Lessons is here to help you. TaylorMade Instrument Lessons

 TaylorMade Instrument Lessons

First of all, Music can be healing, restorative and calming to our soul. Also, it can have a positive influence on ones emotional well-being. Furthermore, it can improve your memory and finger dexterity. Hence, another benefit when playing a wind instrument, such as the flute or trumpet, lung capacity can increase. Arms and facial muscles can become conditioned and toned. As a result, when music is played before a baby is born, it can have very positive effects. Especially relevant to our bodies, it can lower blood pressure, help relieve pain, increase productivity. Also, it can help us focus better on a job, hence complete a task more efficiently. In conclusion, playing an instrument can be therapeutic, first of all, to the person playing, and those listening.

Brief overview: 

Lessons are given in our home. Students receive 4 lessons each month and are a half hour, or an hour long session. I recommend 1/2 hour lessons for children under the age of 13. Students, 13 and older, and adults, should take the 1 hour sessions. 

Pricing, scheduling, conditions and agreement are on the next page. Listed are the main instruments taught, but we can discuss others as well. In addition, tutoring can be provided for all woodwind and brass.   

Ages 5 through Seniors are welcome.  Adults, it is never too late to learn!   

 

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for Specifics on Instruments-Prices-Schedules

Instrumental Lessons

To Make arrangements for Private Lessons:

Call or write to:

Rhonda  Taylor

509-280-0132

getset2win@gmail.com

TaylorMade Instrument Lessons

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