Recreational Piano Classes: The Healing and Rehabilitative Power of Making Music (Part 3)

The best rehab techniques and/or tools can be limited by one’s desire to improve or belief that one can improve.  RMM positively enhances your body, mind and spirit by, not only, activating healing and preventive care processes in your body, but also by setting up the stage to make rehabilitative care even more effective and successful.  RMM programs are being set up around the nation for this purpose.  Participants of an RMM study at Wesbury United Methodist Retirement Community in Meadville, PA reported that RMM produced far more favorable effects when compared with antidepressants or mood-stabilizing drugs.  Another study found that RMM led to improved quality of life for inner-city youth in a court-referred treatment program.

Recreational Music Making programs are being developed around the nation and The Rio Grande Valley is no exception.  Musical Living Academy offers Recreational Piano Classes for Adults that have the desire to learn to play the piano while enjoying all these non-musical benefits in their lives. Come experience this fun and relaxing way to learn to play!


TUESDAY, JULY 22nd 2014

7 – 8pm

Confirm your attendance by submitting form below! Or call (956) 221-3145

 *3 adults have confirmed and have only 5 seats left


3 thoughts on “Recreational Piano Classes: The Healing and Rehabilitative Power of Making Music (Part 3)

  1. Thanks you for this excellent information. I am currently preparing to begin teaching RMM and am trying to learn all I can about it. I am a private piano teacher and also have a degree in music therapy. Really appreciate your info.

    • You’re welcome! The RMM classes that I’ve started have been extremely rewarding for me as the teacher. You’re welcomed to e-mail me if you’re interested in the actual course I’m using, This course has BEAUTIFUL orchestrations that go along with each song that is being covered.

  2. Thank you for your sharing. NAMM also has a few workshops in the recent years focusing on Recreational Music Making. I think it is gaining popularity and worth the attentions of the public. Most RMM that I am aware of use digital piano or group lessons that cultivate ensemble experience vs the solo piano lessons.

    Please keep us posted with your feedback! Great blog!

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