Supporting Educators • Promoting Learning
Written by ANDREW EALES
All good piano teachers are concerned to teach and monitor good posture to their students, and as players we are hopefully equally aware of our own posture at the piano.
But how about our posture when we are teaching? This, in my experience, can too easily be overlooked as a less important concern.
I am trying to address my own posture while teaching, so write this article to share my experiences and findings, while also suggesting a few easy tricks that other piano teachers can incorporate into their thinking and practice where helpful.
In this article I will hope to touch upon:
- Should we sit less, and if so how?
- What about good posture?
- What other factors have an impact on our working environment?