One on one instrumental lessons
The Flow Music Method can be learnt in individual lessons in a relatively short amount of time. One on one lessons are suitable for all high school, tertiary and professional instrumentalists. One lesson is required for learning the 14 Flow Tips and a second lesson is required for follow-up after they have been applied to practice sessions. A third lesson is recommended after the Flow Tips have been applied to performances and then refresher lessons may be required over time.
Half day Flow seminar
This seminar introduces the principles of Flow theory and Eve Newsome’s practical Flow Music Method. Within the seminar, details of the teaching of the Method are provided along with examples and demonstrations. This seminar would suit high school and tertiary instrumental teachers and students as it can be adapted for the audience cohort involved.
1 day Flow seminar
These seminars introduce the detailed concepts of Flow theory (Csikszentmihalyi, 1975) and explains its correlation to Eve Newsome’s Flow Music Method. All information relating to the Method is discussed along with supplementary information for teachers in relation to music, sport and health research and flow. Demonstrations and examples enhance the seminar by showing the teaching process in action through practical applications of all principles. Detailed handouts are provided and question time included for both sessions. These seminars suit primary, high school and music teachers, particularly in the area of professional development. If required, students could attend the second session due to its practical focus.
Short term residency
The residency is designed to include a comprehensive examination of major flow research and studies, along with the latest discoveries in neuro-science and music. It includes all detailed aspects of Eve Newsome’s Flow Music Method including her current flow research. Information for practical application including one-to-one lessons, chamber music coaching and conductor tips are provided to lend a broader focus for the application of the flow music principles. Numerous examples and demonstrations of teaching techniques are included along with detailed teaching and learning handouts. This seminar would suit an institution or education body intending to provide a comprehensive flow education for practical teaching and research staff, tertiary music students and tertiary research students. One-to-one lessons and group flow lessons can be included as required.