That's right: take a break. To be precise, take a ten minute break in the middle of an hour of practice. Here's how:
You can place a book underneath your head if needed, or lay flat on the floor. I tend to have several think books on hand, because some days I need two or three and some days I need only one. Bending your knees, though, is really helpful as it takes the pressure off the low back.
Resting for a few minutes in the middle of practicing makes your hour of work MORE productive. It's not wasting time...it's improving your USE of time.
More on this later!
We will meet all together in HRH. Don't fret: everyone should still be able to sing. See you then.
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