Groovy Guitar Strums To Add To Your Repertoire

2015-09-02T14:55:19+00:00September 2nd, 2015|

I don't know about you but I'm always looking for ways to improve the quality of the music I provide for my clients during my music therapy sessions. Whether it's bringing in my primary instrument, the clarinet, or adding jazzy and funky auto accompaniments on the keyboard, I'm always looking to offer the best musical accompaniments [...]

Three Things That Motivate My Guitar Students Like Nothing Else

2013-12-18T01:54:01+00:00December 18th, 2013|

Last year I decided to change the name of my business from Wholesome Harmonies Music Therapy to Wholesome Harmonies, LLC. The reason I made this change is that I started receiving calls for not just music therapy, but for piano and guitar lessons as well. I wanted the name of my business to reflect the fact [...]

My Musical Goals – Update!

2012-03-21T12:51:58+00:00March 21st, 2012|

Back in January I posted about My Musical Goals. I decided this is my year to step it up musically so I can enhance the quality of my music therapy sessions. Here's my update on how things are going... My January Goal was to Become a Ukulele Master. I found some great websites, including Ukulele Tricks [...]

Groovy Guitar Strums for Music Therapists – Part 2

2015-04-07T22:30:08+00:00September 27th, 2011|

It's finally ready ~ Part 2 of Groovy Guitar Strums for Music Therapists! In Part 1 I covered some easy strum patterns to help add variety to your sessions; here in Part 2 I cover some easy fingerstyles... Fingerpick ~ "Now it's Time to Say Goodbye" (adapted) by Amy Kalas Buser   Fingerpick Slap ~ "What Do [...]

Groovy Guitar Strums for Music Therapists – Part 1

2019-10-13T17:50:46+00:00September 11th, 2011|

Are you looking to add some variety to your guitar playing? Look no further! Watch here and see if you are inspired to pick up your guitar and try some groovy new strum patterns... Music Therapy Strum ~ "Rainstorm is Brewing" by Mahleah Benson Upbeat Music Therapy Strum ~ "Days of the Week" by Amy Kalas [...]

Go to Top