Providing traditional music lessons on a range of instruments
Do you want to learn an instrument? Would you like to explore musical instruments? Come and experience the vast repertoire of music through the ages?
Music engages both hemispheres of the brain. Get your brain in gear by learning an instrument. Ask Central Coast Music Therapy if music lessons are meant for you.
Music is fun. It nurtures creativity and self-expression. Learning music encourages good listening and comprehension while improving memory and concentration.
Through instrument exploration, clients/students will gain an understanding of instruments and experience a wide range of musical styles. The experiences gained through music develop physical, cognitive, psychological and social benefits for the individual. Some benefits of learning an instrument include:
- fine and gross motor skills (physical)
- provide body awareness (physical)
- discipline through practice (cognitive)
- increase attention span/attention to task (cognitive)
- provides a sense of accomplishment (psychological)
- promote a sense of control (psychological)
- develop interpersonal relationships (social)
- increase involvement and participation (social)
Our staff is able to provide traditional music lessons on a range of instruments including:
- Beginner guitar
- Beginner ukulele
- Early childhood music exploration
- Music appreciation
When learning an instrument the student will be able to engage, for example, in:
- Sound exploration
- Music based discussion
- Music skill building
- Music performance
- Music instruction
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Music therapy has the ability to improve the lives of people.
Discover music as therapy
Music therapy is a professional discipline that utilises planned and controlled music to achieve therapeutic goals and aims. Music therapy is the functional use of musical interaction to enhance and develop socialisation, communication, selfexpression, and sensory-motor skills.
Sarah Fisher Dobbin
Sarah has been working in music education with students with a range of needs. This includes working in schools that cater for students with behaviour issues and emotional issues, schools for students with moderate to severe intellectual and physical disabilities and in mainstream settings.
Music therapy goals
There are a range of music therapy techniques and interventions that are used during music therapy sessions. There are planned components but there are also activities that can be used in the moment dependent upon reaction, feelings and willingness of the participant(s).
Music Therapy has been wonderful for April. She is singing with more confidence and with more articulation, making her speech clearer and easier to understand. She is enjoying all aspects of her sessions, becoming increasingly less anxious. She particularly enjoys using the microphone.
Lyn – Mother