Teresa Dybvig
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Dorothy Taubman's approach to piano technique
I believe that every person can learn to play the piano well, and in a healthy way. My confidence is due to my experience applying Dorothy Taubman's approach to piano technique in my own playing and in my teaching.

Happily for pianists, when we feel our best, we play our best! So the Taubman Approach helps us reach our greatest potential, too.

Unfortunately, pain and injury affects somewhere from 65% to 86% of pianists to some degree (it's hard to understand the real number). The Taubman Approach helps pianists who are injured from the way they play. Better yet, with the Taubman Approach, they can skip the injury and go directly to playing your best! For more information, please see piano technique.