Acknowledgements

Roland Dyens, Professor of Guitar, Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris, France.
Roland taught me one of the most important aspects of playing the guitar; how to create  sound on the instrument. Via his inspiring teaching, I have found my own palate of colours, which has continued to develop as I come to understand the endless possibilities that the guitar offers the musician. Roland is one of today’s most wonderful performers and teachers. 

Dr Christopher Wynn Parry, MBE MA FRCS FRCP.  Consultant Rheumatologist and Honorary Physician to BAPAM, London, UK.
Dr Wynn Parry is a outstanding personality in Performing Arts Medicine and I have learnt so much from his lectures and writings over the years. I am also deeply grateful for his continuing support and belief in my work. 

Ilana Machover, Alexander teacher at the Royal Academy of Music London, UK.
Ilana has been my teacher since 1995, and without her amazing ability to transform her students through the Technique, I would not have developed my playing/teaching to the level it has today. Because of her experience as a teacher and her understanding of the human psyche, she has given me the key to create a way of becoming one with my instrument.  Ilana gave me a map of my body. 

And finally I would like to thank Dani for all her love, patience and encouragement.

 

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