A holistic approach to inspiring your well-being as a musician
Like everything else, The Exhale has been impacted by the necessary measures against the spread of COVID-19. During a time when the live music experience has, by and large, little option other than to admit defeat, Gwendolyn Masin has decided to rise to the challenge. As Goethe wrote, “fresh activity is the only means of overcoming adversity”.
Instead of cancelling The Exhale, Gwendolyn has moved The Exhale onto an online platform. With an expanded faculty and a repurposed curriculum, the course is even more comprehensive than before, with the added advantage of being accessible to a wider audience.
The Exhale will take place from April 27th until May 5th 2020.
This is a time for sharing and growing together. The Exhale will be donating a portion of its participant donations to selected charities.
FOR US TO LIVE IN AND THROUGH MUSIC, WE NEED A PLACE WHERE WE CAN BEGIN AN INNER JOURNEY TO UNDERSTANDING, WITHOUT OUTWARD EXPECTATION. WE NEED A PLACE WHERE WE CAN LEARN TO EXHALE.
Mastercourse The Exhale fosters musical freedom, inspiration as well as musicality as a whole, based on an harmonic balance of concentration and performance along with physical and mental well-being.
The Exhale has been created for professional musicians; string students with a wish to have a professional career; players in search of professional development; and amateurs.
Individual Lessons: Modern and Baroque Violin, Viola, Modern and Baroque Violoncello.
Group Lessons: Yoga (all levels of ability), Yoga Therapy (all levels of ability), Meditation, Breath Awareness, Dispokinesis, Improvisation, and much more. Please click here for a full overview.
The Exhale is made possible thanks to generous support from foundations.