For many in recovery, music has been paramount to their success. Music therapy is a process that uses music to help a person through their recovery process. Music has many therapeutic attributes that can aid a person in their quest to find sobriety.
FitRhythms is designed to appeal to a wide audience, not just aerobics fanatics or serious drummers. “You don’t have to be a great dancer or drummer to enjoy FitRhythms,” says Mattioli. “There are no wrong steps or wrong beats!”
Music therapy is a spreading practice that has an amazingly positive impact on patient health in situations ranging from surgery to the recovery period afterward.
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Music is present everywhere. Whether you hear it when you go shopping, listen to it when you are driving or when you are learning, or put in on when exercising, music is often on in the background, and can greatly benefit your mental health. Let’s see how listening to music can help you improve your […]
Sometimes, when preparing for an exam or performance, we can experience “bad motivation.” Playing for fun without having a hard deadline can be more productive than practicing for a recital or test.
Considering the extremely busy and hectic lives we lead, it comes as no surprise that we are pulled in a million different directions every day and have a feeling that we’re under constant stress. One way to manage all the pressure we experience is through mindfulness. Mindfulness provides us with the ability to focus on what we’re feeling at the present moment rather than dwelling on the past or imagining and overthinking the future.