INTRODUCTION TO GUITAR
WITH ALEX TYLER
CLASS FULL - WAITLIST ONLY
6 WEEK IN-PERSON WORKSHOP
MONDAY NIGHTS FOR 6 WEEKS
STARTING MAY 9TH
WITH ALEX TYLER // MONDAY EVE. FROM 7PM-8:30PM, CLASSES START MAY 9TH.
LOCATION: FREE SPIRITUAL COMMUNITY (SEE BELOW)
MAX OF 12 PARTICIPANTS FOR THIS CLASS!
***Please only sign up if you can commit to attending in person for most of the classes - we have limited capacity and want to register only those that can attend in person for six weeks.***
ONCE 12 PEOPLE HAVE SIGNED UP WE MUST CLOSE REGISTRATION AND BEGIN A WAITLIST SO ONLY SIGN UP IF YOU CAN ATTEND IN PERSON FOR 6 WEEKS
GUITARS PROVIDED AT WORKSHOP, BUT CANNOT BE LENT OUT, WE RECOMMEND OBTAINING A GUITAR FOR HOME PRACTICING IN BETWEEN CLASSES.
CLASSES WILL BE HELD AT
Living a new life in Recovery gives us the perfect opportunity to rekindle our creative spark. Learning to play guitar can open up a whole new world of serenity in mind, body, and spirit. The benefits include:
Improves Cognitive Function | Creates New Pleasure Associations | New Mindfulness Techniques | Self-Discipline
Stress Relief | Muscle Memory | Healing Energy Vibrations | Joy and Laughter | Relaxation
Patience | Self-Compassion | Accountability | Progress Not Perfection | Personal Achievement | Humility | Human Connection |
In this class we will be exploring beginner guitar techniques. We will be covering everything from tuning the instrument, holding a pick, how to read tabs and basic finger style. By the end of the 6 weeks course we want the students to be able to play 5 different chord shapes and have a basic understanding of guitar.
But above all, we will have fun, and create a new fellowship of courageous creative souls to walk alongside you on your recovery journey!
About Alex Tyler
Alex Tyler is a singer, songwriter and producer from Denver, CO. He’s been studying guitar for over 20 years under Dave Beegle and teaching guitar for the last 15 years. His approach to playing guitar is to make it a fun experience. Students should be able to play a simple song even after their first lesson. He’s been in recovery for 8 years and music is a very important part of this. Alex finds that playing music helps him connect with himself and the recovery community.