If you’ve played zills, you already know:
It takes practice to play them.
It takes skill, knowledge of rhythm, and a coordinated timesense.
It also takes strength, dexterity, and the ability to relax into playing.
Do your hands get tense when you play? Do your neck and shoulders, or even your jaw tighten up? Do your arms wilt? Do you tense up every time you try something new––a harder combination or a faster speed?
If so, then you already know this, too:
Playing zills affects your whole body.
But did you know that the opposite is also true?
How you use your body affects your playing.
If you’re ready to learn the best practices to transform your zill-playing, right now and forever going forward, this course is for you.
Simple, powerful work that you will not find anywhere else!
“How you use your body affects the sound – so this is an intimate relationship here!” – from Zillpower 1: Intimate Relationship, the first in a new series of video courses bringing The Dancing Cymbalist to life.