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Awarded Superior ratings at NCMTA Piano Competition from NCMTA
BA in Music, Piano from University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Music
Teaching since 2005
Learn basic stitches to begin on a project within the first lesson. Teach how to read a pattern.
Hi! My name is Morgan and I love teaching Music, Knitting, and Crocheting to all ages and skill levels. In addition to my music education and experience, I am also a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist (#12725) and Certified Personal Trainer who specializes in Weight Management. Health and Fi
Morgan is excellent. She is very patient and very professional. She has gotten back to me right away when I had some scheduling questions.
Speaks Spanish, English
Fashion Designer from Centro de Ingenieria textil
Teaching since 2015
Knowing the sewing machine, handle it to sew the clothes with the techniques.
I encourage adults, youth and kids to create fashion, learn to design, create their ideas and develop them from creative training. Generations inherited, since I was a little girl, more than 20 years as a job, long experience doing what I love most... Creating fashion but the best and important it
Speaks Spanish, English
Humanities: Creative Writing from New York University
Awarded Grade 3 3rd Place Overall Points Earned in 2019-20 from EUSPBA
Cristopher R.Book Now
Learn the opening, mid-game strategy, and end game fundamentals!
My educational teaching experience began at the age of 13 when I was a black belt helping other children learn martial arts; I shortly began teaching children's classes all by myself. In High School I taught chess as a member of the chess club where I was an undefeated player during my high school
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
MS from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
I teach beginners, intermediate, and advanced players.
Advance players are those who play in tournaments and have a USCF (United States Chess Federation) rating between 1000-1799.
For advance players I offer a special package which includes a longer session, PGN (Portable Games Notation) of master level games and access to a chess Share drive.
I have worked independently as a chess teacher for over 14 years. I play in National tournaments and I have an online chess profile. I have worked with two of the largest chess instruction companies in the U.S., Silver Knights and Chess Wizards. My primary focus is with students who play in t
Bachelors in Economics with Quantitative Emphasis from Boise State University
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 10 and up
I have experience teaching beginners and intermediate players for the last 5 years. Incredibly flexible with the schedule and the amount of time is up to you!
I am an active tournament player and director. At the moment, I am a Class A player actively improving. Currently I have experience teaching both beginners and intermediate players. My schedule for the lessons will work around you. The first lesson I will assess your game and see what can be improv
Teaches students 8 and up
Teaching since 2019
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Jen T.Book Now
From learning to cast on and work a knit stitch to understanding techniques like brioche, cables or mosaic, I believe knitting should be fun and enjoyable - not stressful - and is attainable by all!
Hi! I’m Jen and I love knitting. I have been knitting on and off since I was a child, daily for about ten years, and designing for over a year. I enjoy working beautifully simple projects and impressively complex projects just the same. I love cables, brioche and other tuck stitches, mosaic and fai
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