Mindful Musicians (Thursdays 5:30 pm)

Price

Duration

Thursdays @ 5:30-6:15 pm

About the Course

What is Mindful Musicians?

  • An interactive music curriculum designed to implant core beliefs of confidence, acceptance, and beliefs that support positive mind health & coping skills for times of future distress via music. Mindful Musicians aims to reach developmental music milestones as well as incorporate SEL (socio-emotional learning) concepts. Stemming from the idea that a positive development of self love is the answer to a successful life, we are proudly committed to sharing our vision.

  • Mindful Musicians for 0-6 year olds requires a caregiver’s presence

  • Mindful Musicians Big Kids does not require a caregiver’s presence


What can you expect during (MM parent:child) class?

  • 45 min of structured quality bonding and musical interaction time, (percussive) instrument playing, movement/dance, chant, group singing, and an opportunity to put accessible language to difficult growing pains. This is a floor seated class. Please let us know if you need a chair and we will happily accommodate.


Classes meet once weekly for 8 weeks at a duration of 45 minutes/class.

  • You are allowed one make up/session. Email jill.centrallyrooted@gmail.com to reschedule. No classes the week of November 21st (Thanksgiving). In the event of a weather related cancellation or an ill teacher, classes will be made up at the end of the 8 week session.


We can’t wait to play music with you and you kids!


Your Instructor

Jill Klinebriel

Jill began studying the piano at the age of 5 and hasn’t taken a break since! She studied classical piano performance at Michigan State University and earned her degree in musical theater performance from Western Michigan University. Jill has performed and taught in educational and community circuits in New York City, Montgomery Alabama, and the tri-state area since 2002. Jill is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Dubuque and music directs “kids take the stage” summer series at the Bell Tower theater.

Jill Klinebriel