Earth Dojo

Earth Dojo

5.0 (4)
2 employees
2 years in business

About this pro

Hey guys, thank you for checking out this profile. I'm a spiritual empowerment guide and coach, as well as an advanced acoustic guitarist with a lot of different wisdom and playing techniques to offer that will totally change the way you enjoy being a human, and play guitar. I have tons of great feedback from many different students and I truly believe that patience is a virtue in growing into an experienced guitarist and soul, here on Earth. 

I enjoy sharing what I know while continually enhancing the way I grow to maintain the balance between this spirit and Earth dimension. I really love to see progress in people. I love helping people change themselves for the highest of good whether it's through spiritual coaching or guitar. 

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Credentials

Boynton Beach, FL 33437
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4 Reviews

5.0

  • Shane Bjorn

    Daniel is an outstanding guitar practitioner! He has many hours under his belt, and has great technique! He is more than competent to teach any beginner or intermediate guitar practitioner and I highly recommend him as a teacher. I know Daniel personally, and as a plus, he is a really nice guy and there's a lot to learn from him other than guitar! P.s I have also recently picked up guitar and I am a new student of Daniel's.

  • Sandra

    Daniel Fischer is an outstanding guitarist, teacher and being. Teachers either make or break your experience, and Daniel Fischer is a blessing to students. His thoughtful, wise and compassionate energy coupled with his advanced music techniques and ability to meet me, a beginner, fast-tracked me to feeling confident not just playing guitar but using my voice as well. I wrote my first song within a week and still play it to this day. I highly recommend Daniel Fisher; he understands the difference between average playing and legendary enchantment of music which is medicine for the soul. His background experience of professional recording is a great inspiration and model for myself. Not an average teacher, Daniel Fischer is sincerely advanced.

  • Rich Gausman

    Very authentic talent Teacher from the heart Naturally gifted musician Also very creative web design and iMovie producer

  • Jacob Betourney

    I come from a family of talented musicians and the one friend I grew up with that they still talk about is this man.



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I find out how experienced they are, what their goals are and then begin developing a plan to proceed and achieve just that. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I've studied music my entire life, middle school, high school and college. I have been teaching since I'm 16 years old (31 years wise now) and have been working closely with people of all ages. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Pricing is $60 for 2 hours or $40 for 1 hour; which is very rare to find quality lessons at this price. 


How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching at 16, when all my friends so how fast I was excelling with the acoustic guitar. I had lines of students at my house (high school friends and random kids) always wanting to jam and learn what I was playing. 


What types of students have you worked with?

All types, from those just starting, to those stuck and needed a push to ignite that spark of creativity and fire again. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I'm grateful for our Journeys to Colombia and playing music for elders in exchange for wisdom and teachings. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Hire someone who doesn't call themselves a teacher, rather they call themself a student who continually learns and shares what he knows. Most teachers carry an ego and are looking for money first and foremost. A true guru or teacher only seeks to see his fellow student grow and glow more than they have before. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Well, there isn't such thing as a stupid question. Stupid means: lack of knowledge. So, any and all questions should be asked in no particular order or query format, the teacher they connect with should be obliged to answer any question. The most important one would be, "is this your passion, or your job?" you want your teacher to be passionate and enchanted by what they teach.