If you choose to pursue work with The Well-Balanced Pianist teachers or participate in a Well-Balanced Pianist program, it is important that you make any suggested changes mindfully and with the goal of learning easy, happy, lively movement at the piano. Changing things changes things, and teachers are always making choices about what to address. It is crucial for you to tell your teacher if you experience pain or discomfort during lessons.
Because the outcome of any training depends not only upon the teacher but also upon the quality of mindfulness, attention, and perspective the student brings to the work, we cannot guarantee any outcome, result, or improvement from participation in The Well-Balanced Pianist lessons or programs. For the same reasons, The Well-Balanced Pianist is not responsible for any direct, indirect, consequential, special, or other damages, including, but not limited to economic loss, injury, or illness, that may result from participating in The Well-Balanced Pianist lessons or programs.
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