How long has it been

since you put your fingers on a piano?

Do you feel it's TOO LATE to start again now? What if I told you there's never been a BETTER TIME to start than NOW?

If you Google "How to Keep Your Mind Sharp" you'll find music is in the top10

and starting again doesn't need to be discouraging or overwhelming.

Maybe you're worried about one of the following? 

I don't have a PIANO or KEYBOARD

I feel like my brain is moving in SLOW MOTION

I don't have ENOUGH TIME to dedicate to learning again


Just to whet your appetite for music again, we've provided this FREE SHEET MUSIC and MP3 to get you started.


Keeping your BRAIN ACTIVE has never been more important and music is a proven tool to do just that!

Humming Along-Deborah Johnson Piano Music

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Are You Ready to Start?

Whether a young adult or at the halftime of your life, it's never too late to start!

Pros

  • Music activates every part of the brain.  
  • Studies show you may have better health, fewer doctor visits and need less medication.
  • Protects against memory problems and cognitive decline.
  • With online learning, you could do this!
  • A keyboard that will fit in your closet? That's a no-brainer! 
  • You mean no one needs to listen to me play if I plug in earphones? I'm in!

Cons

  • You won't be able to use "brain fog" as an excuse much longer!
  • You will miss visiting your favorite doctor as often.
  • You are starting to run out of excuses.
  • Can you really do this? You're much too busy already! And there's that "brain fog!"
  • Your closet is already jammed. You're trying to downscale at this time of your life!
  • ...officially out of excuses!

Conclusion:

Whatever you decide to do, realize it is not time wasted. You are doing something for yourself, your brain and your stress level. It's never too late to start and there are so many options for online training. With the addition of an online "community" and "accountability," you can be anywhere in the world and still have access to training and support! Our cart will be opening soon for our brand new music membership and community. Make sure you get on the waiting list to be one of the first to be notified with all the details!

A Music Membership & Community that fits within most any budget, location and time frame!

Learn Music Again-Membershhip-Deborah Johnson

If you are a parent or grandparent, you need to read this book!

Music for Kids Deborah Johnson

What's Included in Music for Kids?

  • THE IMPORTANCE OF MUSIC LESSONS: When & Why Music Lessons, Music in the Schools, Private Teacher, What age? Community Music Classes, Other classes
  • DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PIANOS & KEYBOARDS: Acoustic & Electronic pianos, Benefits of each type, Why start your child on piano?
  • SEARCHING FOR A PIANO & PRIVATE PIANO TEACHER: What to look for in a piano, What to look for in a private teacher
  • HIRING THE RIGHT TEACHER: Referrals & Professional Organizations, What should the teacher teach? Are online piano programs good for beginners?
  • LEARNING THE BASICS: Chords, Five-Note Scales, Arpeggios, Pedal, Improvisation, Relaxation, Posture and Hand Position
  • PERFORMANCE and GOALS: How to cope with nervousness, Implementing perfect practice & concentration, Memorization, Goals for the beginner
  • MUSIC and STRESS: Calming & relaxing power of music, How music can affect the heart rate & brain function, Using music as a diversion, Using music in therapy, Benefits of studying a musical instrument
  • THE MOZART EFFECT: Why Einstein played Mozart, What is the Mozart Effect? Mozart & spatial reasoning, Commercial power of the Mozart Effect, Playing Mozart & playing baseball, Playing Mozart for babies in the womb, Does playing classical music really make your kids smarter?
Laura Sullivan-Music for Kids

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Music education is an important and worthwhile endeavor for any family, but most people don't know where or how to begin. I heartily endorse this book, which is the only one I've ever seen that succinctly and directly addresses many of the questions and concerns I frequently hear from parents who are interested in starting their children in their musical journey. The information that Deborah provides will undoubtedly guide parents in building a successful foundation in music for their family, and help curb the high drop out rate in music education. Highly recommended for anyone that wants to get their children started with a positive approach to music creating as part of their lifestyle, benefiting them holistically for their lifetime.


Laura Sullivan Grammy Award® winning Artist, Composer, B.A. Music, M.A. Psychology

Sandy Mackinga-Music for Kids

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In her book, Deborah addresses the overwhelming questions new parents may ask, and even the questions they may never have thought to ask or research. She shows the great impact that music can have from early disciplines in children, all the way to the affects of music in managing stress later in life. I have seen first hand the challenges in getting a child to start and progress into a well-seasoned musician, as well as the huge benefits music can have in adult lives. Deborah gives parents help in understanding what it takes to help their children to be successful, and great insight and guidelines as they consider starting this journey with their children.


Sandy Mackinga Vocalist, Violinst, 40-year instructor, 25 years M.T.A., Music Director

Gene Roberson- Music for Kids

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I can't overstate the value of music education, and not just for those who seem to have talent or special interest in music. Music touches the soul like very few other things can in this universe. Why is music so important, specifically piano? Deborah answers those questions and more in her book. As music programs are declining in numbers and support, the responsibility comes back to parents and caregivers in the home, which is actually the way it used to be. Music for Kids is a must-read for answering some of the basic questions, asked over and over on how, when and why. Deborah is an absolute pro, whom I had the chance of working with some years ago. She was one of the few pianists who could follow all my multiple key changes on the organ!


Gene Roberson Concert Organist & Pianist, Roland Artist, Composer, Music Director

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