How to warm your hands

How to Warm your Hands

QIGONG FOR PIANO PLAYERS
Breathing & stretching exercises for healthy practice & living.


In this short video, I will explain and show you how to warm your fingers using a simple, gentle qigong massage technique.

This is a practice which takes under five minutes, and which I regularly teach to students in my studio as well as using myself, always with success.


For more information about the background and impact of Qigong practice and its benefits for piano players, see: QIGONG AND PIANO PLAYING


Qigong for Pianists


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Andrew Eales

Andrew Eales is a widely respected piano educator, published author and composer based in Milton Keynes UK, where he runs a successful private teaching studio.

One thought on “How to Warm your Hands”

  1. Thanks Andrew, the exercises are just what’s needed today. I’ve just been in the garden filling the bird feeders with seeds and nuts and even in that short time, the tips of my fingers have been nipped by the cold!

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