It was thanks to my son Kenji, who is a pianist, that I discovered the Taubman Approach in 1994. Having injured himself, he reworked his technique by studying with Golandsky Institute cofounder Edna Golandsky. I decided to accompany him in this endeavour, because he told me that the Taubman Approach would allow me…
… To play with more enjoyment, better control and greater ease
… To solve some technical limitations
… To practise more effectively
… To experience less stress
… To have more endurance to practise
… And to overcome the fear of injury.
I can say that I now play with a lot of pleasure, because I have finally acquired – thanks to the Taubman Approach – the tools that make it possible to find solutions to technical problems.