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Hi, my name is Angela McCuiston and welcome to my multi-faceted world.  I’m a flutist, teacher, and personal trainer – currently under the professional title of “Musician Health Coach”  My goal is to help musicians (and everyday people) live their healthiest, most mobile, pain-free lives by merging my careers of music and fitness. I’ll be posting things to that effect…and probably some random things from time to time. 🙂

Want to know more about me?  Check me out at:

LinkedIN:

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/angela-mccuiston/25/666/976

Twitter: http://fluteanjel.twitter.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/musicstrong

My webpages:

Personal/Flute Webpage:  http://fluteangel.net

Personal Training/Musician Health Coach: www.musicstrong.com

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Leave me a message and come say hello – I want to help as many people as I possibly can – let me know how I can help YOU! 🙂

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  1. Laura Lentz / Mar 28 2011 5:56 PM

    Hi Angela!
    Your blog is great! Thanks for being in touch.
    I’m going to put it under the “wellness” resources on our blog roll, is that ok?
    let me know.
    take care and keep up the good work.
    Laura

  2. Joanie Madden / Jul 27 2013 3:04 PM

    Hi Angela… I’m a flute player who specializes in celtic music. I just want to thank you for the very interesting and knowledgeable help with my shoulder pain and explaining it so well! I hope our paths cross one of these days! Joanie

    • Angela McCuiston / Jul 31 2013 9:48 AM

      Hi Joanie, Thank you so much for contacting me! I’m delighted that you found the blog helpful. As it is, that is an old blog and I no longer update it – all of those articles plus lots of new ones (including many on the shoulder) are on my website now: http://www.MusicStrong.com If you found the previous site helpful, I think you will find my new one much more so, and you can subscribe if you like so you get the updated articles sent directly to you.

      I’ve suffered a lot of shoulder pain myself from playing flute, was yours in the front, top or behind the shoulder blade? Would love to meet you some day (I used to be in a Celtic band myself, but never to your level!), do you ever go to the NFA conventions?

      Best, Angela McCuiston

      On Sat, Jul 27, 2013 at 3:04 PM, Music Strong – Angela McCuiston's

  3. Mario Trucillo / Apr 28 2014 1:07 PM

    Hi Angela, I’m Mario! I have a question regarding your blog and would love to speak with you more. Please email me when you have a chance, thank you!

  4. Katherine / Apr 7 2015 8:47 AM

    Dear Angela: Your web site has helped tremendously! You really hit the nail on the head and it was exactly what I was hoping to find because my back ached terribly after only 15 minutes of picking up the flute. I’m a senior/beginner learning to play (a bucket list essential). I’ve been exercising to build up those back muscles with a Gold’s Gym equipment, pull downs, etc. I also take a 5 pound dumbbell in each hand, hold my arms out, not lock-straight but slightly bent, for as long as I can. The question I have now, is how much playing or exercising through the pain should I do? Am I doing more harm than good as I continue on despite the pain in the thought that bit by bit I’ll be strengthened? I’ll look forward to hearing your response. Thank you! Kathy

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