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Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 7 to 65
Guitar (Acoustic/Electric) lessons for beginners focus on finger placement, strumming, sight-reading, understanding groove and chord placement. Students will learn to care for their instrument as well as tuning the guitar. learning to play their favorite style of songs and ultimately be taught the skills to pick out a song and play it on their own!
I am a professional singer, pianist, guitar player, and have vast experience in the recording industry and traveling abroad for music performance. I graduated from Lee University with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, specifically voice, and a Masters in Music, specifically gospel arrangements and church
Asher, age 8
Teaching since 1988
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Jon C.Book Now
I have been teaching guitar since 1988 and I have taught 1000’s of students over the years.
On my site, there are some mini lessons to help you grow with your study of the guitar. I am constantly updating this site with more free lessons.
Be sure to like my social media profiles over on the right side of the page. Also check out my YouTube channe (GuitarInstruct) for free mini lessons.
Thank you for taking time to look at my profile. My name is Jon Colston, I have been teaching and performing since 1988. I teach students throughout the United States. I use almost any video platform to teach. If you are local to the Chattanooga, TN area, you can schedule an in-person lesson with m
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2014
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Reece J.Book Now
Piano is the foundation for a strong music education. Our lessons can give you the tools to play your favorite songs or start you on the path to be a professional musician!
Hello! Thanks for stopping by! I am a music therapist and music teacher based in the Atlanta-metro area. Music has always been a strong tool for self-expression and for connecting people, and that guides me in my teaching and therapy work. I love making music with people and helping them to make
Speaks English, Hebrew
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 4 to 65
International touring dance artist with 10 years teaching experience. Whether you are a beginner or intermediate, take ballet from the comfort of your home as we go through the basic steps of the technique. We will work on our alignment, our knowledge of ballet terms, and our shape as we lengthen and strengthen.
Hi! My name is Ellen and I am a professional dance artist based in NYC and currently living in Israel. Since gaining my BFA in Dance Performance from East Carolina University in 2013, I have toured with companies around the world (U.S., Germany, Israel) to perform and teach as a professional contemp
Awarded Coach and Choreographer from European Cultural organization ESAI EN ROI
Teaches students 1 and up
Teaching since 2000
Mary is a Fitness Expert based in New York, Certified Personal Trainer by National Academy of Sports Medicine (NCCA).
Mary is a Pilates 🧘🏼♀️ Specialist Certified by Balanced Body University.
Mary is a Professional Ballet Teacher 🩰 and Total Barre Instructor Certified by Merrithew Stott.
Mary is also a FIG Coach Certified by International Federation of Gymnastics🤸🏽♀️ 🇨🇭
She has over ten years of teaching experience to individuals and elite groups of all ages and levels.
Mary is currently accepting new clients for weekly 30 or 60 minute sessions.
⛑ BLS/AED Certified. by European Resuscitation Council (ERC)
Get 1-on-1 individualized attention and instruction with a 30, 45 or 60-minute training session designed for you and your body!
Mary is a Fitness Expert based in New York, Certified Personal Trainer by National Academy of Sports Medicine (NCCA). Mary is a Pilates 🧘🏼♀️ Specialist Certified by Balanced Body University and a Total Barre Instructor Certified by Merrithew Stott. Mary is a professional Dance Teach
Master of Arts from Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1982
When we talk about learning basic math, one of the most important things we have to do is learn all the facts. It is absolutely essential that, in the proper sequence, all the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts are learned very well. The facts cannot be learned to the point that with a little figuring we can get the answer. They must be ingrained to the point that the answers come automatically. That said, students learning basic math must also understand the relationship of numbers. They must understand what it means when we say 3+5 or 6*8. All of this information will be needed later as math becomes more difficult. I have seen many, many students hit pre-algebra and decide they hate it because they get everything wrong and don't understand it. After looking at their work, in every case, the problem goes back to basic math. They get the problems wrong because they made errors in multiplying and dividing. Learn it now and you'll breeze through the ...
Hi! I'm an online certified teacher and private tutor. My personal goal is to foster academic success in the student in your life. In addition, I strive to teach the necessary skills for every one of my students to become independent learners. From reading comprehension and algebra to study
Mother, father, teachers, and grandparents all tried to help. But none of us could get to him…he completely shut down. His tears and frustration were heartbreaking for all of us.
In three months of lessons with Chase and coaching for the adults (we changed our approach entirely), Chase not only caught up with first grade reading, but was more than ready for the second grade.
As Chase entered the second grade, we continued lessons with Miss Becky to ensure that Chase did not fall behind. He did very well that school year...what a huge difference from the previous year! He got to the point where he could read everything in front of him. The entire family was elated, especially Chase! Now he could read and understand vocabulary words that were one and two grades ahead of him. As he enters the third grade, reading is no longer a nightmare!!
With Miss Becky's academic knowledge and her very special approach to teaching children, she has made one boy and his family very happy!
Thank you, Miss Becky, from the very bottom of all of our hearts!
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She is a fantastic teacher, explains concepts clearly, and is patient with my slow learning curve. She also very professionally handles student progress notes, and always emails copies of all relevant notes on each lesson for easy review and practice.
I'm very pleased to have started my journey into the world of music with her as my guide. Five stars."
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