Do You Want to Banish Anxiety and Play Music with Freedom and Joy?
Hi, I’m Mark Morley-Fletcher and I created Play In The Zone to help you do just that.
Click the button below to get in-depth guidance and support, including a free ebook showing you how to develop the 9 key mindsets that you must have in place in order to play like the top performers.
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I can show you how to get much more satisfaction from playing music.
Feel In Control
There are few things more frustrating in music than feeling that you rarely play to your potential when it counts. This can trigger powerful waves of guilt, self-doubt, anger and self-criticism. Every serious musician hits this invisible barrier more than once and some never get beyond it.
Some people choose to perform infrequently, or not at all, just to avoid this.
Ultimately, we all started out playing because we’d love to be able to get on stage and share our music with the world. Just like you, I hate it when I see these sort of issues get in the way of that.
So I created Play In The Zone to help musicians realise their full potential when they perform and to show you how to make performance a stress-free, joyful opportunity to share music you love with an audience.
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What People Are Saying About Play In The Zone
Mark is an incredible educator, and combining his background in analytics and his interest in performance psychology, delivers some incredible tips and tricks for your progress.
Brent Vaartstra, Creator of LearnJazzStandards.com
I'm much more confident on stage and I know how to deal with my nerves. Even better than that, I can now pull out far better performances under pressure than I would in my practice room. Performance has gone from being something scary to something exciting!
Bryony Rickard, Singer-saxophonist
The most important thing for me has been having these little things you do actually in the moment of playing - they're bite-size and very understandable and easy to do once you practice them.
I can't imagine anyone who wouldn't find it useful.
Chris Bestwick, Guitarist
Contrary to popular belief, great performers are MADE, not BORN
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