Whenever I have a student that seems to be stalling in their progress I ask the question “Where do you practice?” The reason I ask is because I think the environment you create for yourself (or your child) to practice in is one of the most important factors in the success of that practice, and the progress made. Setting up a quality practice space can seem like a big commitment of space in your home, but the payoff for the student can’t be overstated. Here are a few tips for setting up a good space.
That’s it! If you can find the time and space to set yourself up well, practice will be something to look forward to, and progress will come faster and faster!