Oxford, United Kingdom, July 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Anyone who plays a musical instrument chooses to do it for pleasure, to follow their musical passion. Yet, many musicians, either professionals, students or amateurs, end up suffering because of aches and pains and even tendonitis in their arms, neck, shoulders, back, wrists, hands, carpal tunnel syndrome etc. caused by playing their instrument. Many stop playing and start again, some even undergo operations and then quit playing altogether, not to mention the emotional tension, the stage fright before a performance...
"It's really a shame because it is possible to eliminate tendonitis and other nuisances that afflict players, in very simple ways, knowing the 3 major causes of aches and pains and injuries and the 3 curative answers, the movements to do while playing. These are simple things that could help improve the player’s tone, increase ease, agility in playing, also by heart, eliminate the insecurity and therefore the anxiety, the stage fright."
This is the advice that comes from Monica Cuneo, a respected professional musician, viola player and teacher, specialised in the elimination of injuries and nerves in violin and viola players, who has also translated three books on the subject.
Monica will be running a workshop on this subject on 30 July 2011, at Teddy Hall, Queen's Lane, Oxford OX1 4AR, from 10.45am to 5.00pm. For all the details and to register, visit www.monicacuneo.com/tendonitis.
For more information and to book an entertaining interview on the 3 causes and cures of tendonitis, aches and pains caused by playing violin and viola, call Monica on +44 7985 025129.