Written by Cathy Thompson My youngest child is now 9 years old, although it seems that she is too old for her nightly lullabies, sometimes in moments when she is upset, I will simply start singing her lullabies (the nightly ones I’ve sang for years). She immediately seems to feel comfort and it’s a way for me to engage her while she’s upset. ILearn more
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By Adrienne Pringle, Music Therapist & Music Teacher, Co-Founder of Beyond the Studio The world of imagination and play is a necessity for healthy growth and development. Many children easily live in a space between imagination and reality. For children at play fantasy and dreams feel real and exciting. Sharing experiences of imagination, play, and healthy relaxation time can nurture parent child bonds, teachLearn more
By Adrienne Pringle, Music Therapist & Music Teacher, Co-Founder of Beyond the Studio March break is over. Spring has sprung and the taste of summer is just over the horizon. This is the time of year when we get to showcase what we have been working towards – and young music students are getting their pieces into shape for spring recitals. Recitals are anLearn more