the 4 traps that make you feel pain at the piano
the pain killer piano technique
Play the piano at any time for as long as you want, without pain and injuries.
✅ How to use knowledge from medical sciences about the forearm, arm, and fingers to get rid of the pain.
✅ How to use knowledge from biomechanics to enhance your playing for more comfortable and easier playing.
✅ How to use knowledge from the psychology of performance to learn faster and unlock your technique.
✅ How to use knowledge from physics to use smarter movements, instead of relying on myths and getting injured.
A unique and cheap solution to learn what is causing pain in your wrist, forearm, fingers, shoulder, and chest. One-time payment and 15 days of warranty with 100% refund.
If you feel pain while or after playing the piano, you know how it affects us beyond the pain itself. It is a frustration that words cannot describe. But since we love the piano so much, we just keep the pain a secret and keep playing, as if there was nothing wrong.
WHY IS SO DIFFICULT TO GET RID OF THE PAIN?
Well, there are many causes for that:
Because of the lack of knowledge of basic anatomy, most teachers will teach you positions and movements that actually go against your body's natural characteristics.
Because of the lack of knowledge of biomechanics, most of us use movements that simply do not work without making us feel fatigued and with pain.
Because we want to take control of everything, we tense up and use some muscular activation at the wrong times, such as when we reach the bottom of the keys.
Due to the lack of knowledge in physics and also in biomechanics, we are usually caught in concepts about finger independence and finger speed, which overload our muscles and lead us to pain.
What is the Pain Killer Piano Technique?
In this online course, I deliver the knowledge necessary to get rid of the pain. The knowledge is delivered through short videos that value your time, and there are over 40 of them. In total, you have about 3.5 hours of material. The complex subjects from physics and anatomy are presented in a very simple and practical way.
WHO IS THIS ONLINE COURSE FOR?
This is an online course for intermediate and advanced piano students, professional pianists, and piano teachers. The examples are given in classical piano works, but all the concepts are applicable to other styles such as blues and jazz.
WHAT IS THE KIND OF EXERCISE THAT I HAVE TO FOLLOW?
The concepts in this course can be applied and practiced in your repertoire. In this course, there is no exercise or a piece of music that you have to follow, you can apply it directly to your repertoire.
WHAT IF I DON'T GET SATISFIED WITH THE COURSE?
If you are not satisfied with the course, you have 15 days to have your money 100% refunded. The course is hosted on the platform Hotmart.
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who is hélio tanomaru?
Hélio Tanomaru is a Japanese classical pianist and teacher and works with students to solve technique and performance-related issues at the piano.
Having faced injuries in his early career and recovering from it after a lot of research, experimentation, and hard work, it is his mission to spread knowledge about how to get rid of pain and to make the piano playing easier, more beautiful for a meaningful life experience with the piano.