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I'm a laid back teacher but you will definitely learn a lot. I just believe if it starts to not be fun, what's the point? Music isn't just about perfect theory and note placement it's about enjoyment. That's why I tailor make every lesson specifically based on my student's goals. I have students that like a more traditional approach so I use standard method books with them. I also have students that want to learn how to play by ear so we use a less traditional method and I teach them chord structures and how to move around easily on their instrument. My favorite thing to teach is vocal lessons but I love teaching piano and guitar also.
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The In-Studio lessons are taught on an upright piano or acoustic/electric guitar. Student should bring own guitar. No pets. Waiting room out front for parents.
*** Travel Equipment ***
They need their own instrument.
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I've performed at Carnegie Hall and I've had the opportunity to work with world renowned vocal coaches. I offer that as well as techniques that I've developed to help you reach your goals quickly and with great skill !
· Piano · In studio
· Guitar · In studio
· Piano · In studio
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I recently moved to Carmel from New York City as a project controls engineer working for corporate America on
Mini Bio: I am a Purdue University graduate in Civil Engineering with a Masters from Portland State in Mechanical Engineering. I later worked for NASA for 4 years and for a major oil/gas company for 3 years. Now that I am in Carmel, I would love to assist you with my experiences, in hopes to inspire and help you succeed in math coursework and your career.
Lets connect on how I can be of assistance to you in math, and test prep as I have been in your shoes once before. Talk to you very soon.
· Geometry · Online
· Algebra · Online
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RossC here...Offering you the chance to realize you're own potential. I've been instructing YOGA classes, workshops, and teacher trainings since 2011.
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Wanting to deepen your connection to your yoga practice? I can help!
Wanting to get a better grasp on yoga postures and flows? I can help!
Wanting to dive deeper into the infinite supply of energy found in your Breath? I can help!
Wanting to understand the philosophy, history, and texts of yoga? Guess what...I can help!
Day Christensen, David Swenson, Kino MacGreggor, Shiva Rea, Dharma Mitra, Bihar Yoga School
The "official" stuff...
BA Philosophy, IUPUI
BA Religious Studies, IUPUI
Top 100 Student of IUPUI, 2009
Co-Founder, Evolutions Yoga, 2008
Until we meet again...
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