Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation

Grace Notes Piano Studio teaches students to replace previously harmful habits with healthy physical motions. As students incorporate well-coordinated movements into their playing, they are capable of unraveling technical problems.  Physical limitations disappear and music-making flourishes.

Elizabeth Mueller Grace recovered from a career-threatening hand injury. Ms. Grace is a Certified Instructor of the Taubman Approach through the Golandsky Institute, Princeton, New Jersey.

She studied with Eleanor Hancock in New York City for 20 years and currently coaches with Edna Golandsky and John Bloomfield, New York City.

Ms. Grace attracts students seeking additional training because of injury or technical limitations to her studios in New York City and in the Kansas City area. Lessons may be regular or on an as needed basis.  She also teaches via Skype. Ms. Grace has worked with pianists from the United States, South America and Europe. Her work with injured musicians is described in Preventing and Resolving Piano Injury  (download article here) and is featured in  MajoringinMusic.com and MTNA.org.

Playing with Pain & Tension
Causes of Injury
Listening to Your Body
Case Study

Students wishing to learn more about the rehabilitation process and fees should contact Beth Grace. Skype and Facetime lessons are available.