adapted music lessons

Incorporate This One Thing Into Your Adapted Lessons and Watch What Happens

Wholesome Harmonies has grown in leaps and bounds since I started seeing my first private client way back in 2007. I started as a solo practitioner providing solely individual music therapy services. From there, I expanded to group music therapy services, developmental music classes at local libraries and adapted music lessons. Currently, about half of [...]

Incorporate This One Thing Into Your Adapted Lessons and Watch What Happens2019-07-18T16:05:36+00:00

A Few MORE Creative Adaptations to Your Lessons

Wednesday is one of my favorite days of the week. I love it so much because I have a mix of sessions today. I get to teach an adapted piano lesson where the student  is learning "What Makes You Beautiful" by One Direction and "Do You Love Me?" by the Contours. Then, after a music therapy session, [...]

A Few MORE Creative Adaptations to Your Lessons2017-03-15T14:52:00+00:00

A Few Creative Adaptations for Your Lessons

When I first started Wholesome Harmonies, I envisioned my business solely providing music therapy services. (In fact, my business name used to be Wholesome Harmonies Music Therapy). As the years have gone by, though, I've received more and more requests from parents looking for someone to teach music lessons to their child with special needs. But they [...]

A Few Creative Adaptations for Your Lessons2017-03-15T14:53:07+00:00

Why I Use a Keyboard (not a piano!) For Adapted Lessons

In addition to offering music therapy, another service we provide at Wholesome Harmonies is adapted music lessons. Whereas in music therapy our goal is something non-musical (like increasing attention or improving articulation), with adapted music lessons our goal is musical - for students to acquire skills to learn an instrument. The benefits of having a board [...]

Why I Use a Keyboard (not a piano!) For Adapted Lessons2017-02-21T20:20:47+00:00