The themes of Lucinda’s life are: music, dance, education, psychology, alignment, empathy and intuition. Her work is informed by these themes in different ways.

“Being in touch with our own intuition is of central importance.
I have unerring faith in people’s ability to achieve the goals that inspire and excite them through following their own inner guidance”.

Lucinda Mackworth-Young  is a pianist and piano teacher who gives piano lessons in the City of London EC4 to adult beginners, re-starters and enthusiasts, helping them play the music that they love and long to play.

As a performer, Lucinda specialises in light, entertaining concerts for fundraising events, private functions and parties, with a variety of fellow musicians - singers and instrumentalists.

Following her own intuition, she pioneered a very practical form of Psychology for Musicians (from 1986) to help musicians teach, learn and perform more effectively and enjoyably. Her lectures, workshops and courses in Practical Psychology for Music Teachers and Performers are accepted as essential for all musicians’ professional development.

Now, she also works with people in other walks of life, helping them lead meaningful, satisfying lives, reduce stress and anxiety, and resolve issues. Tuning in to individual interests and needs, she runs group programmes for organisations (businesses and clinics etc.), and gives private consultations, with healing as needed..

Lucinda's experience, training and approach enable her to work with physical, emotional, mental, psychological, subtle energy and spiritual (non religious) concepts and strategies, in relevant and practical ways.

“I help people help themselves,
identify their purpose, aims and issues,
make connections, add depth, develop strengths and skills, and succeed”.