In my research I studied different approaches, how to lead the early process through first years of playing. I analysed why extremely different instructions can bring same good results. I always prioritise playing and performing, but at the same time I teach abstract concepts, that lead the students firstly to successfully recognise body positions and to then self-evaluate. This is especially important because the risk of injuries is very hight at performing the upper strings. In many technical issues, that are known as long-term problems, I don’t experience problems with any of my students. In Waldorf school students (Steiner’s school) in Ljubljana I teach violin more than twenty children (10 years old non violin players) at the time and we perform after 17 group school hours of work.