Whether amateur or professional, all the best singers are masters of the art of listening: tuning the voice requires that they focus their attention simultaneously “Using Your Voice To Enhance Your Listening Skills”
I am teaching a breathing-focussed workshop this week – as a voice teacher I do that a lot – and this information is always an “Breathe Through Your Nose For Better Health”
Birdsong Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi, 1207-1273 Birdsong brings reliefto my longingI’m just as ecstatic as they are,but with nothing to say!Please universal soul, practicesome song, or “HumanSong: Liberate Your Authentic Voice”
We inhale, we expand our thorax, and we gently massage our lower organs; then we exhale, we relax, we release and ‘let go’. There is “Breath Fully & Realign Your Spine”
My Embodied Voice course is intended to give anyone who wants them the tools and the sensory-motor awareness necessary to speed up the development of their unique instrument, and their ability to play it with skill – I always do my best to instil the curiosity and confidence necessary to explore the human voice to its full potential.
In my mission to discover the full potential of sound-making, singing, and the human voice, it has become more and more clear over the years that the ability to maximise our hearing by improving the way we listen is a vital element of both the tonal qualities available to us when we vocalise, and the ease with which we produce our voice in speech and song.
When you attend an Awareness Through Movement class you lie on the floor and follow instructions for very precise actions from your teacher, but she “What is a “fully conscious voice”?”