Virtual Piano Lessons for Adults on Zoom, FaceTime, WhatsApp or Skype
Have you been thinking about learning the piano? Perhaps you’re a complete beginner, or maybe you’ve had lessons before and would like to start playing again?
Whatever your reasons for wanting to take lessons, Piano With Jayne can help you achieve your goals! I am an experienced piano teacher based in Aberdare, and I offer online piano lessons for adults.
Playing the piano has long been recognised as offering many health and mental benefits, and it is never too late to start learning. It doesn't matter if you're 20 or 70 years old - playing the piano is for everyone! Half of my students are adults, who are all fulfilling their dream of being able to play this wonderful instrument.
Flexible, Personalised, One-to-One Piano Lessons Online
You don't need to have any musical knowledge to begin lessons with me - all that's needed is a piano or keyboard, and a device with a webcam and video calling capability (a smartphone, tablet or computer.)
In your piano lessons with me, you will receive a complete musical education including at least some of the following areas (dependent on student requirements):
You have the option to sit virtual piano exams, or simply learn for pleasure.
If you finally want to cross learning the piano off your bucket list, contact me to arrange a free trial lesson.
The Health Benefits of Learning Piano
Beyond the simple pleasure of learning how to play the piano, the physical and mental benefits have long been recognised and backed by science. Playing the piano is particularly beneficial in 3 areas of the brain: the motor, visual, and auditory cortices.
It sharpens fine motor skills, improves dexterity, and hand-eye coordination. Music has also been shown to reduce heart and respiratory rates, cardiac complications, lower blood pressure, and increase immune response and memory, as well as relieve stress, loneliness, depression, and boredom.
Another benefit of learning to play the piano later in life is that it may slow the effects of aging. Scientific studies have found that those who take up the piano at an advanced age have higher levels of Human Growth Hormone, which slows down the aging process.
Because of the way in which playing the piano stimulates the brain, learning to play may also be helpful in preventing brain diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s. Read my blog post for more information on how piano lessons can help your physical and mental well-being.
"I've always wanted to learn how to play the piano, but I never had the time to go to lessons. Online piano lessons were the perfect solution for me. I could learn from my own home and plan lessons around my work. I highly recommend it."
How to Book a Zoom Piano Lesson for Adults
My virtual piano lessons are perfect for adults, whether you are a complete beginner, or you have previously had lessons before and would like to start playing again. There is no upper age limit - it's never too late to start learning this wonderful instrument!
If you have any questions or would like more information about booking my online piano lessons for adults, please fill out the contact form below.
Zoom Piano Lessons for Adults