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I would love to introduce you to the most innovative and useful piano bench for my method.

As you see in the images below, the MiShu piano bench has a rounded wooden joint that allows your spine to be flexible at all time while you are playing.

The bench follows every movement.

I personally consider high sitting to be much more relaxing: On top of all of the delivered wooden panels, I got two more to allow for my personal optimal height. A big advantage is the possibilty to try the MiShu bench before buying it.

The core panel (the wooden joint) is adjustable:

The seat tilts. When placing the joint further down, the angle of the seat is more inclined and gives you a more intensive and deeper training of your muscles around your spine.

It is known that sitting for hours in the same position is a bad condition for your spine and as a result it decreases also the flexibility of your shoulders, neck and head.

The muscles around your spine get contracted and due to the restricted blood circulation to your brain, your concentration is also weakened.

The Mishu piano bench avoids that.

After using it now for just a couple of weeks, my body feels much more relaxed and my usual pain in the lower back has reduced significantly.

From the competitive sports its already known that extremely varying learning tasks increase movement abilitys such as accuracy and speed.

"Das differenzielle Lernen verstärkt durch extrem variierende Aufgabenstellungen die natürlich vorhandenen Bewegungsvarianten im Übeprozess - mit der Folge signifikant stabilerer und in ihren Resultaten optimierter Bewegungsergebnisse.

Differenzielles Lernen und Lernen in Bewegung: Wolfgang I. Schöllhorn, Hamburg 2005."

If you're interested to know more about it, please contact me.

1) Rounded panel below the seat:

This position I use most. I recommend it  also for performances and if only small movements for the spine are desired.

Images © Isabelle Jeannet

Images © Isabelle Jeannet

2) Rounded panel in a lower position: 

Gives you a more intensive and deeper training of your muscles around your spine.

Images © Isabelle Jeannet

3) Place the bench into a 90 degree position facing the piano:

The first time I practiced like that, I felt slightly dizzy. This is due to the muscles connected to the balancing part of your brain. Playing like that allows to balance your left and right brain side what is a high benefit being a pianist.

Images © Isabelle Jeannet

Images © Isabelle Jeannet

4) Place it diagonally:

I use this rare position to relax for example just one side of my body.

You really can lean in if playing very high or low registers.

Images © Isabelle Jeannet