My hesitant entrances video on Trombonetools.com…if you need a place to start, try the exercises outlined on this page
Constructive Rest audio file on Soundcloud
The Association for Body Mapping Education
This is Katie’s Youtube channel which features a series of interviews with musicians who have had dystonia.
Complete Guide to The Alexander Technique
Russell Delman.com, Feldenkrais Teacher
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation
Joaquin specializes in treating musicians with focal dystonia. While I did not work with Mr. Fabra, I have heard positive things about his treatments.
The Feldenkrais Guild of North America
Austin Pancner is a trombonist with a background in personal training and exercise science. He offers valuable coaching sessions for those interested in avoiding pain or rehabilitating from injury.
Jan specializes in helping musicians retrain from focal dystonia. I worked with her as part of my retraining efforts.
David is a guitar player who retrained from dystonia in his fingers. This link points toward videos he made as supplements to his book Playing With Ease.
Stories of injured musicians, notably Colin Williams, trombonist with the New York Philharmonic.
David is an Alexander teacher and Body Mapper who helped me retrain.
Akiko is a pianist who retrained from dystonia in her fingers.
This is an excellent online resource for those wishing to begin and establish a personal yoga practice. Brianna Borden, trumpet professor at SUNY Potsdam is one of the practitioners.
Larry Zalkind’s podcast episode
Larry is the current professor of trombone at Eastman and had surgery to install deep brain
stimulation to resolve his symptoms. There are 3 episodes and all are fascinating and helpful: